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THE NEW 

ANNUAL ARMY LIST, 

MILITIA LIST, 
YEOMANRY CAVALRY LIST, 

. INDIAN CIVIL SERVICE LIST, 

FOB 1882, 

{BEING TEE FORTY-THIRD ANNUAL VOLUME,) 



DATES OF COMMISSIONS, AND A SUMMARY OF THE WAR SERVICES 
OF NEARLY EVERT OFFICER IN THE ARMY, ORDNANCE, 
MARINES, AND INDIAN" STAFF CORPS, 
AND INDIAN LOCAL FORCES. 

Corrected to the 30th December, 1881. 



WITH AN INDEX. 

BY THE I.ATS 

LIEUTENANT GENERAL H. Q. HART. 

EDITED BY HIS SON. 

LONDON: 

JOHN MUESAY, ALBEMABLE STREET. 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

IN ORDER OF ARRANGEMENT. 



FAOl 

The Queen i 

Private Secretary to the Queen... i 

Aides de Camp to the Queen...... i 

War Office i 

Staff of the Army 2 

Field Marshals 3 

General and Field Officers on 

the Active List 3 

Staff at Home 116 ; 

Staff Abroad 119 i 

Regimental District Staff 123 ; 

Staff Officers of Pensioners 124! 

IflUTABT ESTABLISHMENTS : — 

Educational Establishment*. 

R. Military College, Sandhurst 126 

R.Military Academy, Woolwich 126 

Staff College 126! 

School of Gunnery 127 

Department of Artillery 

Studies, Woolwich 127 

School of Military Engineer- 
ing, Chatham 127 

School of Musketry, Hythe... 127 

Medical School, Netley 127 

School of Music, Kneller Hall 127 

Army Schools 128 { 

R. Military Asylum, Chelsea. . . 1 28 : 

R. Hibernian Military School 128 | 

Ordnance Manufacturing Estab- 
lishment*. I 
Arsenal, Woolwich 128 | 



FAQS 

Small Arms Factory, Enfield.. 128 
Gunpowder Factory* Walt- 
bam Abbey 128 

Army Clothing Depot 128 

Miscellaneous Establishments. 

Cavalry Do pCt 128a 

Recruiting Staff. 128a 

Pay Office 128a 

Royal Hospitals— Chelsea.Kil- 

mainham, Victoria (Netley) 128a 
Judge Advocate General's 

Office 128a 

Prisons 128a 

Officers who hnve received Certifi- 
cates at the Senior Department 
of the Royal Military College 1286 
Officers who have passed the 

StaffColiege 1286 

Officers receiving Rewards for 

Distinguished Services 129 

Honourable Corps of Gentlemen 

at Arms 130 

Yeomen of the Guard 132 

Military Knights of Windsor ... 132 

Cavalry 133 

Artillery 164 

Engineers 204 

Infantry 229 

Commissariat and Transport 
Staff 366 



Ordnance Store Department 

Army Pay Department 

Medical Department 

Veterinary Department 

Chaplains' Department 

Marines 

Indian Army 

Reserve of Officers 

General Officers retired under 
Royal Warrant 

Officers Retired on Full Pay or 
on a Pension 

Officers (other than General and 
Field Officers) on Retired Pay 

Officerson Half Pay 

General and Field Officers Re- 
tired by Sale, Commutation, 
with a Gratuity, or by Sur- 
renderor Half Pay 

Officers of the Order of the Garter, 
and of other Orders 

Victoria Cross, Details of Ser- 
v ices for which obtained 

Retirements, Ac 

Deaths 

Index 

Militia 

Yeomanry Cavalry 

Field Officers Retired from the 
Militia and YeomanryCavalry 

Indian Civil Service 



PAOl 

365 
37i 

37? 
39! 

39< 
395 
40: 



53* 

54 1 

579 

6.4 
640 

64C 

655 

653 

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710 

733 

743 
752 



TABLE OF CONTENTS, IK ALPHABETICAL ORDER. 



Academy, Royal Military 126 

Aden Troop 523 

Adjutants on Retired Pay 572 

Aides de Camp to the Queen 1 

Aldtrney and Guernsey Staff ... zi6 

Alderahot District Staff 117 

Alterations while Printing 768 

Antigua and Leeward Islands, 

Staff in i22C 

Army Hospital Corps 386 

Half Pay 597 

— ^— Pay Department 37X 

Half Pay 591 

Schools 128 

Half Pay 602 



Arsenal, Woolwich 128 

Artillery, Coast Brigade 186 

Malta Fencible 186 

Militia 710 

Royal 164 

Officers Retired 

on Annuities 603 

Artillery, Royal Marine 397 

Studies, Department of 127 

Asylum, Royal Military, Chelsea 128 

Australia, Staff in 123 

Bahamas, Staff in 122c 

Barbadoes and Windward Is- 
lands, Staff in i22<» 

Bath, Order of the 640 

Bedfordshire Regiment 25s 

Belfast, Staff at 118 

Bengal Cavalry 430 

General List ... 450 



Civil Servico 752 

Ecclesiastical Dept. ... 457 

Infantry 435 

General List ... 450 

Medical Department ... 453 

Sappers and Miners ... 434 

Staff Corps 410 

Staff in 120 

Veterinary Department 457 

Berkshire Regiment 293 

Bermuda, Staff in 122c 

Bheel Corps 447 

Bhopaul Battalion 447 

Black Watch 186 

Bombay Artillery (Native) 524 

Cavalry 522 

General List... 528 

Civil Service 765 

» Ecclesiastical Dept. 53 1 

Infantry 523a 

General List... 528 

- Medical Department ... 529 

- Sappers and Miners 523 

-Sta.fr Dorp* 5x3 

Staff in X22 [ 



j Bombay Veterinary Department 530 

I Border Regiment 278 

I Buffs, The (East Kent Regiment) 237 

! Caioos Island, Staff in 122c 

Cambridge's (Duke of) Own 

Middlesex Regiment 301 

Cameron Highlanders 3 2 5 

Cameronians 270 

Canada, Staff in 1226 

Canadians, Royal (Prince of 

Wales' Leinster Regiment) . . . 346 

Canterbury, Cavalry Depot at... 128a 

Captains on Retired Pay 568 

Half Pay 579 

Carriage Factory, Woolwich 128 

Cavalry Depot, Canterbury 128a 

Regiments of 133 

Central India Horse 446 

Ceylon, Staff in 122 

Chaplains' Department 196 

Half Pay 603 

Chatham, Staff at 116 

Chelsea, Royal Hospital 128a 

Military Asylum 128 

Cheshire Regiment 264 

China, Ac, Staff in 122a _ 

City of London Regiment 243 

Clothing Depot 128 

Coast Brigade of Artillery 186 

Colchester, Staff at 116 

College, Royal Military 126 

j Staff X26 

j Colonels 40 

Retired on Full or Re- 
tired Pay or Pension 550a 

Colonels Retired by Sale, Ac. ... 604 
Commissariat and Transport De- 
partment 368 

Ditto Half Pay 592 

Commissariat and Transport 

Staff , 366 

Ditto h. ;Pay 592 I 

Commissariat Dept. Half Pay ... 589 
Commutation, Ac., Officers Re- 
tired by 604 

Connaught Rangers 334 

Control Department (late). Offi- 
cers on Half Pay of 591 ! 

Cork, Staff at 118 i 

Cornets, Ac, on Retired Pay ... 572 J 

Cornwall's (Duke of) Light Inf. 276 | 

Curragh, Staff at the xi8 ; 

Cyprus, Staff is no 

Deaths during the year 188 1 658 

Deolee Irregular Force 447 

Depot, Cavalry, at Cantei bury . 1 28a 

and Training School, Al- 

dcrshot 386 

Derbyshire Regiment 289 



Devonport, Staff at 116 

Devonshire Regiment 249 

Dorsetshire Regiment,' 283 

Dover. Staff at * n6 

Dragoon Guards 136 

Dragoons, Hussars, and Lan- 
cers 143-16^ 

Dublin Fusiliers 348 

Staff at 118 

Duncan non Fort 124 

Durham Light Infantry 314 

Eastern District 8taff xx6 

Ecclesiastical Dept. Bengal 457 

Bombay 531 

Madras 500 

Edinburgh's (Duke of) Wiltshire 

Regiment 306 

Edinburgh, Staff at n ; 

Educational Establishments 1 -.w, 

Enfield Small Arms Factory 12-* 

Engineers, Militia 714 

Royal 204 

Krinpoorsh Irregular Force 447 

Essex Regiment ?8> 

Experimental Branch, Woolwich 1 ?S 

Falkland Islands, Staff in use 

Field Marshals 3 

Fiji Islands, Staff in 120 

Foreign Orders 645a 

Fusiliers, R. (City of London R out. ) 24 s 
Garrisons — Tower of London, 

Duncannon Fort 124 

Garter, Knights of the 640 

General Officers on Active List 3 

Retired List 533 

Generals Retired on Full or Re- 
tired Pay or Pension 541 

Gentlemen at Arms x*o 

Gibraltar, Staff at 119 

Gloucestershire Regiment 272 

Gold Coast Colony, Staff in 1 2 2 1> 

Good Hope (Cape of), Staff in ... um 

Goorkha Regiments 442 

Gordon Highlanders ^21 

Gradation List of General and 

Field Officers 3 

Griqualand West, Staff in 1 * 20 

Guards 229 

Guernsey and Alderney Staff ... n3 

Guiana, British, Staff in 122^ 

Guides, Corps of. 444. 

Gun Factory *2S 

Gunnory. School of 127 

Gunpowder Factory, Waltham 

Abbey 128 

Half Pay 50S 

Officers Retired by 

Surrender of G0.4. 

Hampshire Regiment 23 c 



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TAOK 

Hibernian Military School 128 

Highland Light Infantry 317 

Home District Staff 117 

Honduras, Staff in 122* 

Hong Kong, Ac, Staif in 122a 

Hone Guards— Staff of theArmy 2 

Blue ij5 

Hospital, Chelsea 128a 

— — — Kilmainhain 128a 

Victoria (Netley ) 1 28/1 

Hussars, Lancers, ADragoons 143-163 

Hyderabad Contingent 448 

Hythe, School of Musketry 127 

Indian Army 402 

Civil Service 752 

Empire, Order of the ... 64 5 

Local Forces 402 

— — Staff Corps 410 

India, Staff iu 119 

Index 659 

Infantry, Regiments of •*?<) 

Inmskilling Fusiliers 271 

Ireland, Staff in 118 

Irish Fusiliers 333 

Regiment 258 

Rifles 3*9 

Jamaica, Staff in 122c 

Jersey, District Staff 118 

JudgeAdvocate General's Office 128a 

Kent ( Bast) Regiment 237 

(West) Regiment 294 

Kilmainhain, Royal Hospital .. 128a 

Xmg'iLt.lnf. (Shropshire Reg.) 297 

Liverpool Regiment 244 

Own Borderers 269 

« Lancaster Kegt. ... 238 

Light infantry (8. 

Yorkshire Regiment) 295 

— — — — — Royal Rifle Corps 304 

Kneller Hall, Schxd of Music. . . 1 27 

Laboratory, Royal 128 

Labuan. Staff in 122a 

Lancashire (East) Regiment... 274 

Fusiliers 261 

(Loyal North) Keg. 2)1 

— (South) Regiment.. 284 

Lancaster Regiment 238 

Lancer*. Dragoons & Hussars 143*163 

Leeward Islands, Staff in 122c 

Leicestershire Regiment 256 

Lei u-»tcr Regiment 346 

Lieutenant Colonels 69 

— — — — — — Retired on 

Full or Retired Pay or Pension 553 
Lieutenant Colonel** Retired by 

Sale. 4c 0C5 

Lieutenant Generals 4 

Retired on 

Full or Retired Pay or Pension 54 1 
Lieutenant Generals Retired by 

Salt, Ac 604 

Lie .tenants on Retired Pay 571 

Half Pay 58J 

Life Guards 133 

Linrohuhire Regiment 246 

Liverpool Regiment 244 

lyithian Regiment 234 

Louise's (Princes^) Sutherland 

and Argyll Highlanders 337 

Loyal North Lancashire Kegt. 291 

Madras Cavalry 491 

General List ... 50-* 

Civil Servics 76a 

Ecclesiastical Dept. ... 506 

Infantry 496 

General List ... 503 

Medical Department ... 504 

Sappers and Miners .. . 491 

8taffCorpa 480 

Staffin 121 

Veterinary Department 506 

Major Generals 5 

Retired on Full 

it Retired Pay or Pension ... 543 

Major Generals Ret. by Sale Ac. 604 

Majors 96 

- Retired on Full or 

Retired Pay or Pension 557 

Vaiors Retired by Sale, Ac 6c 8 

JfaltA Fencible Artillery 186 

— Staff st 119 

Yalwah Bheel Corps 447 

Manchester Regiment 309 

Marines 397 

Mauritius, Staffin 122b 

Medical Department 377 

Bengal... 453 



Table of Contents. 

FAGX 

Medical Department, Bombay 529 

Half Pay 593 

Madras... 504 

School, Netloy 127 

Meywar Hhccl Corps 447 

Mhairwarra Battalion 448 

Middlesex Regiment 301 

Military Engineering, School of 127 

Establishments 126 

Knights of Windsor ... T32 

Prisons 129 

Store Department (late), 

Officers on Half Pay of 603 

Militia 710 

Artillery 710 

Chnnncl Islands 737 

Engineers 714 

Field Officers Retired 

from 743 

Infantry 714 

Miscellaneous Establishments... 128*1 

Muns>tcr Fusiliers 347 

Music, School of (Kneller Hall) 127 

Musketry, School of (Hythe) ... 127 

Niital A the Transvaal. Staff in 122a 

Netley, Medical School 1 27 

Royal Victoria Hospital 128a 

Newfoundland, Staffin 1226 

New South Wales, Staffin 123 

New Zealand, Staff in 122a 

Norfolk Regiment 245 

North British District Staff 117 

Northamptonshire Regiment ... 292 

Northern District Staff 116 

Northumtarland Fusiliers 240 

Orders of the Garter, Ac 640 

Ordnance Manufacturing Estab- 
lishments 128 

Ordnance Store Department ... 369 

Ditto, Half Pay 590 

Oxfordshire Light Infantry 287 

Pay Department 371 

Half Pay 591 

Office 128a 

Paymasters on Half Pay 584 

Pension, Officers Retired on 541 

Pensioners, Staff OUicers of. 1^4 

Poonu Horse 522 

Portsmouth, Staff at 116 

Prince Albert's Light Infantry 

(Somersetshire Regiment) ... 252 

Prisons, Military 128a 

Punjaub Cavalry 443 

Frontier Force 443 

Infantry 445 

Purveyors' Department (late), 

Officers on Half Pay of 602 

Quarter Masters on Retired Pay 573 
on Half Pay . . 



11 



PJLGB 

Second Lieutenants, Ac, on Half 

Pny 583 

Senior Department, R. M. Col- 
lege, Officers who have re- 

ceived Certificates from 1286 

Sherwood Foresters (Der >yshire 

Regiment) 289 

Shropshire Rogiment 297 

Sikh Infantry 444 

Sind Horse 5 aa 

Small Arms Factory, Enfield ... 128 

Somersetshire Regiment 25a 

South Australia, Staffin ma 

Eastern District Staff 116 

Wales Borderers 267 

Southern District Staff "6 

Staff Abroad 119 

at Home "6 

College 126 

Officers who have 

passed 1286 

Staff Corps 4>o 

Officers of Pensioners 124 

of the Army a 

Regimental District 123 

Staffordshire (North) Regiment 311 

( South ) Regiment 282 

Star of India, Order of the 644, 

St. Helena, Staff in 122© 

St Michael and St. George, 

Orderof 645 

St. Patrick, Knights of 640 

Straits Settlements, Staffin laacr 

Suffolk Regiment 250 

Snrrcnder of Half Pay, Ac., 

Officers Retired by 604 

Surrey (East) Rogiment 275 

(West) Regiment 23©" 

Sussex Rogiment 279 

Sutherland and Argyll High- 
landers 337 

Tasmania. Staffin 1220 

Thistle, Knights of the 640 

Tower of London 124 

Tnim» van 1 and Natal, Btaff in... 122a 

Trinidad, Stnff in 122* 

Turks A Cairo. s Islands, Staffin 1220 

Unattached Officers, Bengal 452 

Madras ... 503 

Veterinary Department 395 

Bengal 457 

Bombay 530 

Half Pay 602 

Madras 506 

Victoria Cross, Details of Services 646 



Queen, The 

Qqccn'sOwn Ctimcron Highrs. 

Own (West Kent Regt.) 

Hoy nl (W.Surrey Regt.) 



569 
1 
3*5 

236 



Queensland, Staff in 172a 

Recruiting Staff. 128a 

Regimental District Staff 121 

Reserve of Officers 532 

Retired Liht of General Officers 533 
Retirements, Ac, during 1881... 655 
Rewards for Distinguished Ser- 
vices, Officers receiving 129 

Riding Masters on Retired Pay 572 

on Half Pay ... 583 

Rifle Brigade 356 

Ross-shire Buffs ;Scft forth High- 
landers) 318 

Royal Hlglilanders(BlackWatcb) 286 

Mil. Academy, Woolwich 126 

Military Asylum, Chelsea 128 

College, Sandhurst 126 

Officers 

who have Certificates from tho 

Senior Department 1286 

Royal Scota (Lothian Regiment) 234 

Sale, Ac, Officers Retired by ... 604 

Sandhurst, R. Military College 126 

Staff College 126 

School of Gunnery 127 

Military Engineering 127 

Music, Kneller Hall 127 

Musketry at Hythe .. 127 

Royal Hibernian Military 128 

Schools, Army 128 



Half Pny (02 

Scottinh Rifle* 270 

Boots Fusilier* a fa 

Staforth Highlanders 318 



Victoria, Staff in 122a 

Victoria's (Princess) Irish Fus. 333 
Wales' (Prince of)Lcinster Regt. 346 
North Staf- 
fordshire Regiment 310 

Wales' (Prince of) Own West 

Yorkshire Regiment 253 

Wales* (Prince op Volunteers 

(South Lancashire Regiment) 284 
Wales' (Princess Charlotte of) 

Berkshire Regiment 293 

Wales' (Princess ol) Own York- 
shire Regiment 259 

Waltham Abbey. Gunpowder 

Factory at 128 

War Office 1 

Warwickshire Regiment 242 

Wellington's (Duke of) West 

Riding Regiment 277 

Welsh Fusiliers 26$ 

Regiment 285 

West Africa Settlements, Staff in 1226 

India Regiments 360 

Indies, Ac, Staffin 122c 

Riding Regiment 277 

Western Australia, Staffin 122a 

District Staff M 116 

Wiltshire Regiment 308 

Windsor, Military Knights of... 132 

Windward Islands, Staffin 122c 

Woolwich Arsenal 128 

R. Military Academy 126 

Woolwich District Staff 117 

Worcestershire Regiment 273 

Yeomanry Cavalry 738 

Yeomen of tho Guard 132 

York and Lancaster Bftg>'o\<ef& v v 

York, ttlaff a,t \\&^ 

Yorkshire Ue^vmeuXi »v> 

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Table of Contents. 

The following Changes in the Organization and Titles of the Regiments 

of Infantry have been made, viz. : — 



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*AGB 

Foot to he The Royal Soot* (Lothian Regt.) 234 

Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regt.) 236 

BuffB (East Kent Regt.) 237 

King's Own ( Royal LancoHtor Regt.) 238 

Northumberland Fusiliers 940 

Royal Warwickshire Regt. 242 

Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regt.) 243 

The Kind's (Liverpool Regt.) 244 

Norfolk Rett 245 

Lincolnshire Regt 246 

Devonshire Regt 249 

Suffo'k Regt 250 

Prince Albert's (Somersetshire Light Infantry) 252 
Prince of Wales' Own (West Yorkshire Regt.) 253 

Kast Yorkshire Regt 254 

Bedfordshire Regt. 255 

Leicestershire Regt 256 

Royal Irish Regt 258 

Princess of Wales' Own (Yorkshire Regt.) 259 

Lancashire Fusiliers 261 

Royal Scots Fusiliers 262 

Cheshire Regt 264 

Royal Welsh Fusiliers 265 

South Wales Borderers 267 

King's Own Borderers 269 

x Bn. The Cameronians (Scotch Rifles) 270 

x Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 271 

x Bn. Gloucestershire Regt 272 

x Bn. Worcestershire Regt 373 

x Bn. East Lancashire Regt 374 

x Bn. East Surrey Regt. 375 

xBn. Duke of Corn wall's Light Infantry 276 

1 Bn. Duke of Wellington's (W. Riding Regt.).. 277 

x Bn. The Border Regt. 278 

x Bn. Royal Sussex Regt 279 

2 Bn. Worcestershire Regt 273 

x Bn. Hampshire Regt. 281 

1 Bn. South Staffordshire Regt 282 

x Bn. Dorsetshire Regt 283 

x Bn. Prince of Wales' Volunteers (South Lan- 
cashire Regt.) 284 

x Bn. Welsh Regt 285 

z Bn. The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) ... 286 

1 Bn. Oxfordshire Light Infantry 287 

j Bn. Essex Regt 288 

1 Bn. Sherwood Foresters (Derbyshire Regt.) 289 

2 Bn. Duke of Corn wall's Light Infantry 276 

x Bn. The Loyal North Lancashire Regt 291 

x Bn. Northamptonshire Regt 292 

1 Bn. Princess Charlotte of Wales' (Berkshire 

Regt) 293 

1 Bn. Queen's Own ( Royal West Kent Regt.) ... 294 

1 Bn. King's Own Light Infantry (South York- 

shire Regt.) 295 

2 Bn. Oxfordshire Light Infantry 287 

x Bn. King's Light Infantry (Shropshire Regt.) 297 

3 Bn. Dorsetshire Regt 283 

2 Bn. The Border Regt 278 

2 Bn. Essex. Regt. 288 

x Bn. Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex 

Begt.) 3ox 



PAGE 

58 Foot to be the 2 Bn. Northampton shire Re^t. .. 29a 

59 2 Bn. East Lancashire Regt 274 

60 King's Royal Rifle Corps 304 

6x 2 Bn. Gloucestershire Regt 272 

62 1 Bn. Duke of Edinburgh^ (Wiltshire Regt.) 308 

63 i Bn. Manchester Regt 309 

64 1 Bn. Prince of Wales (N. Staffordshire Regt.) 310 

65 1 Bn. York and Lancaster Regt- 311 

66 2 Bn. Princess Charlotte of Wales' (Berkshire 

Regt.) 233 

67 3 Bn. Hampshire R**gt 2S1 

68 1 Bn. Durham Light Infantry 314 

69 2 Bn. Welsh Regt 285 

70 2 Bn. East Surrey Regt 275 

71 x Bn. Highland Light Infantry 317 

72 1 Bn. 8eaforth Highlanders (Rosa-sbire Buffs) 318 

73 2 Bn. The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) .. 236 

74 2 Bn. Highland Light Infautry 317 

75 1 Bn. Gordon Highlanders 321 

76 2 Bn. Duke of Wellington's Regt 277 

77 s Bn. Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex 

Regt.) 301 

78 3 Bn. Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs) 318 

79 3 Bn. Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders 325 

80 2 Bn. South Staffordshire Regt 282 

81 3 Bn. Loyal North Lancashire Regt 291 

83 2 Bn. Prince of Wales' Volunteers (South Lan- 
cashire Rest.) 2S4 

83 1 Bn. Royal Irish Rifles 329 

84 2 Bn. York and Lancaster Regt 311 

85 2 Bn. King's Light Infantry (Shropshire Regt.) 297 

86 2 Bn. Royal Irish Rifles 329 

87 1 Bn. Princess Victoria's (Royal Irish Fusiliers) 333 

88 1 Bn. Connaught Rangers 334 

89 3 Bn. Princess Victoria's (Royal Irish Fusiliers) 333 

90 3 Bn. Cameronians (Scotch Rifles) 370 

91 1 Bn. Princess Louise's (Sutherland and Argyll 

Highlanders) 337 

92 2 Bn. Gordon Highlanders 321 

93 9 Bn . Princess Louise's ( Sutherland and Argyll 

Highlanders) 337 

94 2 Bn. Connaught Rangers 334 

95 2 Bn. Sherwood Foresters (Derbyshire Regt.) 289 

96 2 Bn. Manchester Regt 309 

97 2 Bn. The Queen's Own (Royal W. Kent Regt.) 294 

98 2 Bn. Prince of Wales' (North Staffordshire 

Regt.) 3"> 

99 2 Bn. Duke of Edinburgh's (Wiltshire Regt.)... 308 
xoo x Bn. The Prince of Wales' Leinster Regt. 

(Royal Canadians) 34 6 

101 1 Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers 347 

102 1 Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers 348 

103 3 Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers 348 

104 3 Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers 347 

105 s Bn. The King's Own Light Infantry (South 

Yorkshire Regt.) 295 

xo6 s Bn. Durham Light Infantry 314 

107 3 Bn. Royal Sussex Regt 279 

108 3 Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 271 

109 2 Bn. The Prince of Wales' Leinster Regt. 

(Royal Canadians) 346 



The following Changes in the Titles of the Regiments of Militia Infantry have been made, viz. .*- 

ENGLAND AND WALES. 



FAOB. 

Bedford Militia To be 3 Bn. Bedfordshire Regiment.. 7x9 

Berks 3 Bn. Princess Charlotte of Wales 

(Berkshire Regiment) 728 

Ducks 3 Bn. Oxfordshire Light Infantry 736 

. 'Cambridge 4 Bn. Suffolk Regiment 718 

Carnarvon ... 4 Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers 721 

1 Cheshire 3 Bn. Cheshire Regiment 721 

3 Cheshire 4 Bn. Cheshire Regiment 731 

Cornwall Rang. 3 Bn. Duke of Cornwall's Lt Infantry 724 

•Cumberland ... \ Bn. Border Regiment 735 

Denbigh 3 Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers 731 

x Derby 5 Bn. Sherwood Foresters (Derby- 
shire Regiment) 738 

3 Derby 3 Bn. Ditto (ditto) 737 

x Devon 4 Bn. Devonshire Regiment 717 

■9 Devon.!! 3 Bn. Devonshire Regiment 717 

Dorset 3 Bn. Dorsetshire Regiment 736 

x Durham 3 Bn. Durham Light Infantry 731 

3 Durham 4 Bn. Durham Light Infantry 733 

Essex Rifles 3 Bn - E ** ex Regiment 727 

West Essex 4 Bn. Essex Regiment ...... 727 

jrr/nt 6 Bn. King s Royal Rifle Corps 730 

GHmmorgrmn 7 Jin. Wei *h Regiment 726 

<SoatJjOJo'0ter. j Bn, GJuuceBienhire Regiment 733 



PA. OS* 

North Glo*ster..4 Bn. Gloucestershire Regiment 723 

Hampshire 3 Bn. Hampshire Regiment 72s 

Hereford 4 Bn. Shropshire Regiment 729 

Hertford 4 Bn. Bedfordshire Regiment 7x9 

Huntingdon ...5 Bn. King's Royal Rifle Corps 730 

East Kent 3 £4 Bns. The Buffs (East Kent Regt.) 714 

West Kent 3*4 Bus. The Queen's Own Royal 

(West Kent Regiment) 728 

1 Lancashire ...3 k 4 Bns. The King's Own Royal 

(Lancaster Regiment) 715 

2 Lancashire ...3 k 4 Bns. King's (Liverpool Regt.) . 716 

3 Lancashire ...3* 4 Bns. Loyal N. Lancashire Regt. 728 

4 Lancashire ...3 Bn. Prince of Wales' Volunteers 

(South Lancashire Regiment) 726 

5 Lancashire ...3 Bn. East Lancashire Regiment 724 

6 Lancashire ...3 k 4 Bns. Manchester Regiment 731 

L Lancashire ...3 Bn. Lancashire Fusiliers 7-0 
9ioestershire...3 Bn. Leicestershire Regiment 719 

North Lincoln. . . 3 Bn. Lincolnshire Regiment 717 

South Lincoln... 4 Bn. Lincolnshire Regiment 717 

London 4Bn.R.Fu8iliers(CityofLondonRegt.) 716 

East Middlesex.4 Bn. The Duke of Cambridge's Own 

(Middlesex Regiment) 729 

2 Middlesex 7 Bn. King's Royal Rifle Corps 730 



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FA.G1. 

3 Middlesex 3Bn.R.Fu8Uicr8(CityofuondonRegt.) 715 

4 Middlesex 5 Bn.R. Fusiliers (City of London Re^t.) 716 

5 Middlesex 3 Bn. The Duko of Cambridge's Own 

(Middlesex Regiment) 729 

Montgomery ...4 Bn. South Wales Borderers 722 

1 Norfolk 3 Bn. Norfolk Regiment • 716 

a Norfolk 4 Bn. Norfolk Regiment 7x7 

Northampton ...3 k 4 Bns. Northamptonshire Regt... 728 

Nortbumberrnd3 Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers 715 

Nottingham . .4 Bn. Sherwood Foresters (Derby- 
shire Regiment) 727 

Oxfordshire 4 Bn. Oxfordshire Light Infantry 727 

Shropshire 3 Bn. Shropshire Regiment 729 

1 & 2 Somerset.. 3 & 4 Bns. Prince Albert's (Somerset- 

shire Light Infantry) 718 

8. WalesBord...} Bn. South Wales Borderers 722 

1 Stafford 3 A 4 Bns. 8outh Staffordshire Regt. 725 

2 & 3 Stafford...3& 4 Bns. The Prince of Wales' (North 

Staffordshire Regiment) 731 

West Suffolk ...3 Bn. Suffolk Regiment 717 

1 Sarrey 3 Bn. East Surrey Regimont 724 

2 8orrey 3 Bn. Queen's Royal (W.Surrey Rogt.) 714 

3 8urrey 4 Bn. East Surrey Regt 724 



IV 



PA.G1. 



Sussex 3 & 4 Bns. Royal Sussex Regt 7 2 5 

iTowerHamlets; Bn.Rif. Brig. (Prince Consort's Own) 737 
2TowerHamletS5 Bn. Ditto (ditto) 73 6 

1 Warwick 3 Bn. Royal Warwickshire Regiment 7x5 

2 Warwick 4 Bn. Royal Warwickshire Regiment 7x5 

Westmoreland 4 Bn. Border Regiment 735 

Wiltshire 3 Bn. Duke of Edinburgh's (Wiltshire 

Regiment) 73a 

Worcester 3 & 4 Bns. Worcestershire Regiment . 793 

East York 3 Bn. East Yorkshire Regiment 719 

North York 4 Bn. Princess of Wales' Own (York- 
shire Regiment) 7*° 

...3 Bn. King's Own Light Infantry 

(South Yorkshire Regiment) 729 

...3 Bn. Prince of Wales' Own (West 

Yorkshire Regiment) 718 

...3 Bn. York and Lancaster Regiment 731 
...4 Bn. Prince of Wales' Own (West 

Yorkshire Regiment) 718 

5 West York ...3 Bn. Princess of Wales' Own (York- 
shire Regiment) 720 

..3 A 4 Bns. Duke of Wellington's (West 
Riding Regiment) 784 



i West York 

2 West York 

3 West York 

4 West York 



6 West York 



SCOTLAND. 

Aberdeenshire 3 Bn. Gordon Highlanders 732 I Highland Riflos 3 Bn. Seaforth Highlanders 73a 

Ayr* WigtowiM " ~ .-.-.-. 1 -» *„_...._*..... 

Edinburgh 3 

Highland } 3 

Borderers y 
Highland Lt. ) 2 
Infantry y 



Bn. Royal Scots Fusiliers 721 

Bn. Royal Scots (Lothian Regt.) ... 714 
Bn. Princess Louise's (Sutherland 

and Argyll Highlanders) 734 

Bn. The Queen's Own (Cameron 
Highlanders) 732 



1 Lanark 3 Bn. Highland Light Infantry 73a 

2 Lanark 3A4 Bns.Cameronians(Scottish Rifles) 729 

Perth 3 Bn. Black Watch (R. Highlanders) 7*6 

Renfrew 4 Bn. Princess Louise's (Sutherland 

and Argyll Highlanders) 73s 

Scottish Bord...3 Bn. Royal Scots Fusiliers 721 



IRELAND. 



Antrim 4 

Armagh 3 

Carlow 8 

Cavan 4 

Clare 3 

North Cork 9 

South Cork 3 

Donegal 5 

North Down ...3 
South Down ...5 
Dublin County 5 

Dublin City 4 

Fermanagh ...3 

£*lway 4 

Kerry 4 

Kildare 3 

Kilkenny 5 



Bn. Royal Irish Rifles 

Bn. Princess Victoria'8(R.IrishFus.) 

Bn. Royal Rifle Corps 

Bn. Prinoess Victoria's (Royal Irish 

Fusiliers) 

Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers {to be 

concerted info Artillery) 

Bn. King's Royal Rifle Corps 

Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers 

Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers ... 

Bo. Royal Irish Rifles 

Bn. Royal Irish Rifles 

Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers 

Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers 

Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers ... 

Bn. Connaught Rangers 

Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers 

Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers 

Bn. Royal Irish Regiment 



733 King's County 3 

733 

730 Leitrim 8 

Limerick Co ...5 
Londonderry ...4 



733 

735 
73o 
73S 
723 
733 
733 
736 
736 
722 

734 
736 

736 
720 



Longford Rifles6 

Louth 6 

N. & S. Mayo.. .3 
Meath 5 

Monaghan 5 

Queen's County 4 

Roscommon ...5 
N. Tipperary...4 
Tyrone Fus. ...4 

Westmeath 9 

Wexford 3 



Bn. Prince of Wales' LeinsterRegt. 

(Royal Canadians) 735 

Bn.Rif.Brig.(PrinceConsort'sOwn) 737 

Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers 736 

Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers (to 

be converted into Artillery) 793 

Bn. Rif . B rig. ( Prince Consort 's Own) 737 

Bn. Royal Irish Rifles 733 

Bn. Connaught Rangers 734 

Bn. Prince of Wales' LiensterRegt. 

(Royal Canadians) 735 

Bn. Princess Victoria's (R.Irish Fus.) 734 
Bn. Prince of Wales' Leinster Regt. 

(Royal Canadians) 73$ 

Bn. Connaught Rangers 734 

Bn. Royal Irish Regiment 720 

Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers ... 739 
Bn. Rif . Brig. (PrinceConsort's Own) 737 
Bn. Royal Irish Regiment 719 



EXPLANATIONS. 



K.6. Knight of he Order of the Garter. 

K.T. Knight of the Order of the Thistle. 

K.P. Knight of the Order of St. Patrick. 

G.C.B. Knight Grand Croet of the Order of the Bath. 

K.C.B. Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath. 

C.B. Companion of the Order of the Bath. 

G.C.S.I. Knight Grand Commander of the Order of the 

Star of India. 

K.C.8.L Knight Commander of the Star of India. 



G.C.M.G. 

K.C.M.G. 

C.M.G. 

CLE. 

G.C.H. 

K.C.H. 
K.H. 
K.C. 



Knight Grand Crou of the Order of St. 

Michael and St. George. 
Knight Commander of ditto ditto 

Companion of ditto ditto 

Companion of the Order of the Indian Empire. 
Knight Grand Crose of the Royal Hanoverian 

Guelphic Order. 
Knight Commander of ditto ditto 

Knight of ditto ditto 

Knight of the Crescent. 



C.S.I. Companion of the Star of India. 

9 Before the Name denotes that the Officer served in the Peninsula, or the South of France. 

Waterloo Medal * Officers actually present in either of the actions of the x6th 17th or 18th June 18x5. 



» vsmcun* ncbirouy ureooui> ux oituor vi bue kcuuub vi i»uc idui 17101 ui ioui uuuc 10x5. Such 

(. Officers are allowed two years' additional service. 
XT£ Victoria Cross. 

The Figures prefixed to the Names denote the Battalions to which the Officers are actually attacked; c. before the 
name denotes that the Officer has received a certificate from the Senior Department of the Royal Military College ; 
the Letters p.e.c. are placed before the Names of Officers who have pasped through the Staff College ; and the Letter 
r. after the names of Officers of the Royal Marines employed on the Recruiting Service. The Letters p.*. after the 
name of a Militia Officer denote that he has passed a School of Instruction. The * before the Name or Date of 
Commission denotes Temporary Rank only. The Letter * before the Date indicates that the Commission was pmr~ 
chaeei. 

The words subscribed to the titles of Regiments, as " Peninsula," "Waterloo," &c, denote the Honorary Dis- 
tinct ions permitted to be borne by such Regiments on their colours and appointments, in commemoration of their 
Services. 



NOTICE. 

Communications concerning the oontents of " Hart's Army List " should be addressed 
ONLY to 

The EDITOR of HART'S ARMY LIST, 

50, Albemaxte &\xe&V 



i 



HER MAJESTY QUEEN VICTORIA. 

frivols Secretary to the Queen Lieutenant General Sir Henry Frederick Ponsonby, KCB. 

Aides de Oamp to the Queen. 



d^^, [ Field Marshal His Royal Huthness ike Prince of Wales, KG. KT. KP. GCB. OC8I. GCMG. 

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Aide* deCamv 1 Maj ' or General Hi * B*** 1 Si 9»**" *** Dukt <f Connaught, KG. KT. KP. GCMG 
^^ \ Brigade. 

Colonel Marquis of Donegall, KP. GCH. 4 th Batt. Irish 
Rifles (Antrim Militia). 



Rifle 






■ W. F. Duke of Buocleuch, KG. 3rd Batt. Lothian 

Rest. (Edinburgh Militia). 

• Sight Hon. John Wilson, Lord Winmarleigh, 3rd 

and 4th Batt. N. Lancashire Regt. (3 Lane. Militia). 

• Robert Alex. Shafto, Lord Waveney, Suffolk Artillery 

Militia. 

• 0. Vise. Eversley, Hampshire Yeomanry Cavalry. 

■ F. K. Lord Methuen, 3rd Batt. Wiltshire Regt* 

(Wiltshire Militia). 

> W. A. C. Marquis of Exeter, 3rd Batt. Northampton- 

shire Regt. (Northampton Militia) . 
•Robert Tolver, Lord Gerard, Lancashire Hussars 
Yeomanry Cavalry. 

> William Bell, Royal Guernsey Militia. 

' Sir Hugh Owen Owen, Bart. Royal Pembroke 
Artillery Militia. 

■ James Rose, Regimental District. 

■ Edward Chippindall, CB. h.p. Brigade Depot. 

• George Harrington Hawes, h.p. 9 F. 

. Sir Thomas Durand Baker, KCB. h.p. Irish Regt. 

> Bt. Hon. Frederick Arthur Stanley, MP. late Lt. 

and Captain Grenadier Guards; 3rd Batt. Lancas. 
tor Regt (1 Lancashire Militia) {Supernumerary). 

• ITC Christopher Charles Teesdale, CB. R. Art. 
FC Sir Howard Craufurd Elphinstone, KCB* CMG. 

Royal Engineers. 

• O. G. Sarlof Warwick, Warwickshire Yeomanry Cav. 



Colonel James Godfray, Jersey Militia. 

Sir Francis Worgan Festing, CB. KCMG. Royal 

Marine Artillery. 

"FC Redvers Henry Buller, CB. CMG. h.p. 60 Foot. 

Francis Howell Jenkins, CB. Bengal Staff Corps. 

Sir Baker Creed Russell, CB. KCMG. 13 Hussars. 

Augustus Henry King, Royal Artillery. 

Robert William Bland Hunt, Royal Marines. 

Richard James Combe Marter, 1 Dragoon Guards. 

.Afiaeas Perkins, CB. Royal Engineer* (Supernu- 
merary). 

John Withers M'Queen, Bengal Staff Corps. 

p.e.c. Edward Francis Chapman, CB. Royal Art. 

Francis, Lord Elcho, 7 Middlesex Rifle Volunteers 

(Supernumerary) . 

Sir James Gardiner Baird, Bart, x Midlothian Ar- 
tillery Volunteers. 

William Coutts, Vied. Bury, KCMG. 12 Middlesex 

Rifle Volunteers. 

Charles Stewart, Visct. Hardinge, 1 Kent Rifle Vol. 

AVWatkin Williams Wynn, Bt. x Denbighshire Rifle 

Volunteers. 

Hugh Lupus, Duke of Westminster, KG. Cheshire 

Yeomanry Cavalry (Supernumerary) . 

William Kidston Elles, CB. h.p. 38 Foot. 

George Frederick Gildea, Scots Fusiliers (21 F.). 

John Dyde, CMG. late Commandant of Montreal 

Volunteers (Honorary). 
Lt.Colonel Casimir S. Gzowski, Staff Officer to Engineer 

Force in Canada (Honorary). 



/ 



HlB Majesty's Sbcbbtaby or State roa Wab Bight Hon. HUGH C. B. OHILDERS, MP. 

Private Secretary Captain Hon. N. G. Lyttelton, Rifle Brigade. 

AM***** P~ M /« «-~^*w*. f Major G. W. A. FitsGeorge, ao Hussars. 

Asnetant Private Secretariee } Lieut. E. S. E. Childers, Royal Engineers. 

H ^t^b^1b PAB " AMB " A . B . T . . U ™" . S !? 1, f BT .. *} Albert Edmund * Sarl '/Morley. 
Private Secretary Sir Bruce M. Seton, Bart. 

^B l wiT r ' 8 Fn * x " m Unil8raH *« 0F Stat "} Ralph W. Thompson, CB. 

Private Secretary J. W. Cooper. 

Assistant Under Secretary of State Colonel H. G. Deedes, late of 60 Rifles. 

HlB Majesty's Surveyor Geeebal or the Obdvaeoe... Lt.General Sir J. M. Adye, KCB. Royal Artillery. 

Private Secretary A. T. Liddell. 

Director of Supplies and Transport Arthur Lawrence Haliburton, CB. 

Assistant to the Director of Supplies and Transport. George Lawson. 

Director of Artillery and Stores {"^iS^, Aug^* Al "' ° ampbeU » XCA R ° yal 

j.™t*mt ru^t^. n * A-nji~**mA m~~. f Colonel H. J. Alderson, Royal Artillery. 

Assistant Directors of Artillery and Stores | ^ QT Q j Nicholson> r^ Artillery. 

Director of Contracts Evan C. Nepean. 

Director of Clothing George D. Ramsay. 

Assistant Director of Clothing O. H. Morshead. 

Aide de Camp Captain G. W. Addison, Royal Engineers. 

Deputy Director of Works, for Fortijtcations Colonel J. H. Smith, Royal Engineers. 

Assistant Director of Works, for Fortifications... Colonel H. Schaw, Royal Engineers. 

Deputy Director of Works,for Barracks Colonel P. Ravenhill, CB. Royal Engineers. 

Assistant Directors of Works, for Barracks Colonel R. N. Dawson-Scott, Royal Engineers. 

Inspector of Submarine Defences 

Assistant Inspeetor of Submarine Defences 

Tee Fzeavcial Bbcbstaby Henry Campbell- Bannerman, MP. 

Private Secretary Ralph DalyelL 

Accountant General William Henry White, CB. 

Deputy Accountant General R. H. Knox, CB. 

*4*rifto*t<dec0itfifaMt General. H. T. De la Bore. 



STAFF OF THE ARMY. 



COMMANDING IN CHIEF. 
Field Marshal Hi* Royal High**** OB0KG8 W. F. 0. DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE, KG. KP. GCB. G CMQ. QCSI. . 

Colonel of the Grenadier Guards, &c, 15 July 56. 

Private Secretary .* General Hon. James Wm. B. Macdonald, CB. 21 Hus. 15 July 56. 

' Colonel R. Bateson, h.p. 1 Life Guards. 
Colonel A. H. Stephens, h.p. Rifle Brigade. 

Aidttdt Camp • Colonel R. Hale, h.p. 7 Hussars. 

Colonel A. J. Lyon-Fremantle, h.p. Coldstream Guards. 
\ Colonel W. E. M. Reilly, CB. R. Art. (extra). 

Military Secretary Lieutenant General Edmund Augustus Whitmore, CB. t Apr. 80. 

A**^~-t vuteiOT s*~.*i*~M. i Major General Martin Dillon, CB, QU. 1 Oct. 78. £12 March 70. 

Mutant Military Secretaritt | Maj.Gen.SirC.H.Brownlow. JTCJ.Be igal 8tafT6orps(/or Indian affair*). 

ADJUTANT GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. ! 

Adjutant General General Sir Charles H. Ell ico, KCB. Berkshire Regt. (49 F.),x Not. 76. 

Deputy Adjutant General Major General Robert B. Hawley, CB. x Oct. 78. 

Deputy Adjutant General for Auxiliary > Major Qeneral j H> r> Elkingt011t £3. ^ Apr. 80. 

Ateittant Adjutant General* { Colonel Richard [ Blundeir-Holh^ead-BlundS? h.p. 3 Dragoons, 08 

1 

(p.e.e. Lt.Colonel W. R. Lascelles, Rifle Brigade, 31 Jan. 78. 
p.e.e. Major R. L. H. Curteis, Bedfordshire Regt. (16 F.), 9 Dec. 78.- • 
p.e.e. Major L. A. Gregson, East Surrey Regt. (70 F.), 95 Mar. 79. 

•Inspector Qeneral of Recruiting Major General E. G. Bulwer, CB. 1 Jan. 80. 

Royal Abtillbbt. 

Deputy Adjutant General ., ... Major General Sir C. G. Arbuthnot, KCB. x Sept. 80. m 

Aeeietaut Adjutant General Colonel T. E. Hughes, 16 Oct 78. 

Deputy Aeeietaut Adjutant General Colonel H. L. Geary, 1 Apr. 79. 



Royal EireiVBIBB. 

Deputy Adjutant General Colonel Sir John Stokes, KCB. 1 April 81. 

Deputy Aeeietaut Adjutant General Major Edward Micklem, x Oct. 79. 



QUARTER MASTER GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 

Quarter Matter General Lieut.General Sir Garnet J. Wolseley, GCMG. GCB. x July 80. 

Ametant Quarter Matter General Colonel W. L. Pemberton, CB. h.p. 60 F. 1 July 80. 

Deputy Aeeietaut Quarter Matter General Lt.Colonel G. A. Furse, h.p. 42 F. 19 Mar. 79. 

Deputy Qr. Master General, Intelligence Branch Major General Sir Archibald Alison, Bt. KCB. x May 78. 
Assist. Qr. Mr. General, Intelligence Branch... p.e.e. Colonel C. J. East, h.p. 57 F. 21 Nov. 79. 



Deputy Amietant Quarter Matter* General, 
Intelligence Branch 



p.e.e. Bt Lt.Col. R. J.Maxwell, h.p. Manchester Regt.(96 F,), 13 March 79. 

p.t.c. Major L. M. Carmicbael, 5 Lancers, 21 Dec. 78. 

p.t.c. Major H. C. Reynolds, Durham Lt. Infantry (106 F.), 13 Aug. 79. 

p.e.e. Captain J. S. Rot hw ell, Royal Artillery, 9 Apr. 80. 

p.e.e. Bt.Major W. R. Fox, Royal Artillery, 21 July 81. 

p.e.e. Captain W. A. H. Hare, Royal Engineers, 13 July 81. 



Director Qeneral of Military Education Lieut.General SifC. P. Beauchamp Walker, KCB. 19 Jan. 78. 

j . . . n. . _r«#-?M %>j ~.4j~. (p.e.e. Colonel G. D. Barker, h.p. 64 F. 6 Dec. 76. 

Ametant DWectore efMUUary Educatwn J J # c Colonel j p Btttterabyf fi.p.^ F . 7 Ja lj 80. 

Dfputy Ateitt. Director of Military Education p.e.e. Major S. E. Orr, h.p. 94 F. x Apr. 81. 



Inepector General of Royal Artillery Major General Robert P. Radcliffe, 1 Sept. 89. 

Aide de Camp Captain F. O. B. Foote, 29 Dec. 80. 



(Colonel Hon. C. W. Thesiger, h.p. 6 Dragoons, 3 April 78. tit Cavalry 
Inepectina Officer* of Yeomanry Cavalry in \ District— Head Quarter*, York. 

Great Britain j Colonel W. Mussenden, h.p. 8 Hussars, 28 Dec. 80. and Cavalry Die* 

L trict— Head Quarter*, Alder that. 

Director General of Army Medical Department 8ir W. M. Muir, KCB. MD. 1 April 74. 

Medical Branch Surgeon General G. A. F. Shelton, MB. 23 Aug. 80. 

Sanitary and Statistical Branch Deputy Surgeon General J. Irrine, MD. 2 Dec. 76. 

Commiemry General Fitsjames Edward Watt, CB. 14 Feb. 78. 

MmU^Mm* ~ » a—~.i f WelleBley, G. W. Robinson, x May 78. 

Aeeietaut Vemmeeeariee ventral | Reuben Hill Powell, 1 Jan. 79. 

Principal Veterinary Surgeon J. Collins, 28 June 76. 

Chaplain General Rt. Rev. Piers C. Claughton, DD. 7 April 75, 



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Major Generals. 



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Cbnrlw Pollunl, Royi 



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Id Gmiinm. i'il. il-ival Engineers 1 
idon. Madras KtiifrCorps ,'j 

SrHeoryEvolynW.** 



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Ang.6« 18 Apr. 71 



War Services of the General Officers. 

eneral Elmhirst served with the 9th Regt tha campaign of 1843 in Afghanistan, including tha forcing 

i^lie.l bFin.-clf L11 a charge on tho ticmr) ; forcing the Teioen end HnftlcuUul Pmwi, and capture of Istalifl 
ined in d.-npatches a.-, having captured a gun, and turned it with effect against the enemy (Medal). AJao 
1 the Crimea, fnim ath June 1855. including the siege and fall of Hcbastopol and assault of the Cemetery on 
i* (Medul with Clasp, Knight or the Legion or Honor, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class or the Medjldie). 
enenil Thy lor served the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55 (save the interval between oth Feo. and 15th 
:=l with the 79th Highlanders, including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, and full siege of Sebaetopol 
rith three ClApe, 5th Class iff tha Medjidio, and Turkish Medal). Commanded the 79th Highlanders from 

in On.de from Nov. 1B58 to Jan. .S50 (mentioned in despatches, CB.. Brevet of Colonel. Medal with Clasp). 
«nerel Hon. A.E. Hardinge served an Aide de Camp to Lord Hardinge throughout the campaign on the 
ults-iS, oud iraa present in the battles of Moodkee, Feroseshah (horse shot), and Sulirann (Medal and two 
. Saved the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, first as D.A.Q.M. General to the :st Division, and at Head 
a, and from the spring of 1855 as Assist. Qr. Master General at Head Quarters, including the battles of 
latakiavo, andlnkerman, and siege of Sobastopol (Brevet or Major, Medal with four Clasps, CB., Knight of 
On of Honor, Turkish Medal, and jth Class of the Medjidle i promoted to and Clnss nf the Modjidie in 1876). 
— 1 MnmKTwt nerved with the Ride Brigade in the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal). Also the Eastern cora- 
the battles of AJma. Balaklava. and Inkerman. siege aDd mil of Sobaslopol (Medal with 

k ifeona. 



mUlf. 



Leonard Mac Dougal] was employed on particular service in the Crimea, acting on the Quarter Master 
o theKerlcn oipodition (Medal with Clasp for Bebaatopol, and Turkish Medal). Major General 

"The Theory of War,'' and "The Campaigns of rfannibnl'.'' 

oil served with the Rifle Brigade in the Kaffir war of 1846-47 {Medal). Also throughout 



d Battalion from Ma; 1855 to 



and Lt. Colonel, CB., Knight ol 



ina in 1842 (Medi 
Embarked for 



eluding the defence of the Quarrioi 
rith three Clasps, Brevets of Majo 
Medals, and 5th Class of the Medji 

sp). 

eneral Street served In tbe ?Bth Regt. with the expedition to tha noi 

at the attack and capture of Chin KiangFoo. and at the landing bofnrt 

it. 1854 as Brigade Major ist Brigade 4th Division : was present at the uvlllios hi diuhuvbuiu 1 merman, 

i fall of Sebastsipol. and expedition to Kinboum (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, CB., Sardinian 

kish Medals, and ,th Claae of tha Medjidle) . 

eneral J. A. Ewart served throughout the Eastern campaign from the first landing at Gallipoli In April 

il the final evacuation of the Crimea in June 1836 ; present with the gird Highlanders at the battle of Alma, and 

-r the occupation Df Balaklava; appointed a D.A.Q.M. Genera) 16th Sept. 1B54, and as such was present at the 

f Balaklava and Inkerman. and throughout the siege operations before Bebastopol up to 13th Fob. 1835, whan he 

the 03rd on promotion • accompanietfthe eipediu'on to the BeaofAsofl", and was at the capture of Kertch and 

1; afterwards present at tbe siege and fall of Sebastopol, and asssnlts on the iSth June and Bth Sept. (Medal 

r Clasps. Brevet of Major and Lt Colonel. Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 

sof the Modjidie). Served in Bengal during the Indian mntlny ; was at en engagement near Bnnnee, and 

^s at the final relief of Lncknow; held for a short time a command consisting of three stiuA&vane rA Ca^airv , 

eodjoo infantry (specially named in despatches, and appointed a, CB.) ; aMor " — ™" ~~ — — " 



i 



g ' * War Services of the General Officers. 

*he leading party of stormers at the assault of the Secnnderbagh, on which occasion he personally captured a colour/ 
received two sabre wounds in an encounter with the two native officers who were defending it ; was again (very 
severely) wounded by a cannon-shot (left arm carried away) when in action with the Gwalior rebels at Cawnpore oa 
the ist Dec. 1857 (Medal with Clasp, Aide do Camp to the Queen, and Colonel). Commanded the 93rd Highlanden 
for a short period during the siege of Sebastopol, was Lt. Colonel of the 78th Highlanders for upwards of five yean. 

9 Lt.General W. Parke served in the Crimean campaign fiom 13th Jnno 1855 (in command of the 72nd Highlander* 
from July), including the expedition to Kertch, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assaults of 18th June and 8th 
Sf pt. (Medal with Clasp, Knightof the Legion of nonor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidit). 
Served in India in 1857-59, was appointed ist Class Brigadier, and commanded 2nd Brigade of the RujpooUift 
Field Force from March 1858 to July 1859, including the siege and full of Kotah, on which occasion he coinxnandid 
the leading Column of assault; subsequently throughout the leading operations in Central India in 1853-59, sod 
pnrsuit of the rebel forces under Tantia Topee and Rao Sahib, who wore attacked aud defeated at Oodeypore it 
Dec. 1858 by the and Brigade R.P. Force. ( Received tho thanks of the Governor Goneralof India and of the Governor 
in Council of Bomboy ; Aide de Camp to the Queen nnd Coh.nel. Clt.. Medal with ( -lasp). 

10 Lt.GeneralMaitland served in tho campaign of 1846- 47 against tho Kaffir* as Military Secretary to Sirl'ererrine 
Maitland (Brevetof Major and Medal), ond served the Kastern campaign of 1854:1s DeputyAssistai'tAdjutuntGeuenl 
to the 4th Division, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkennun (dangerously wouiiritd). and siegeof 
8el>a* topol (Medal with fourClnsps. Knij;htof tho Legion of Honor, 5th Class < f the Mcdjid-.o. and Turkish Metis!). 

11 Sir ChaTles Walker served the Kastern campaign of 1854 as Aide de Camp to the Karl of Luciin, including the 
battles of Alma, Bnlaklava, and Iukerman, an<i siege of Sebastopol; was also at the Cavalry nilair the flay pit' 
vious to A 1 ma ; »-t tl e surprise of the Russian rear-guard at M'Kenzie's Farm ; and served ns a volunteer on)x«rd 
ll.M.S. BilUrtyhoH at the bombardment of Sebastopol on the 17th October (Modal with four Clasps, 5th C lass of the 
Medjidic, and Turkish Medal). Served in tho field in India in 1850, first in command of a Field Force at Sec rors in 
Oude. near which place he defeated the rebels on 27th April, and afterwards in command of the Column which 
accompanied Sir Hope Grant to the Nepaul Frontier, including the action of the .lerwah Pass (Medal). Served in 
China throughout tho campaign of 1S60 as Assistant Qr. Master General of Cavalry, and whs present at tho actions 
of the 12th August, iSth and 21st Sept., and in the advance on Fekin (CH., Medal with Clasps). Served in the cam- 
paign of 1866 iu Bohemia and Moravia nsDrirish Military Commissioner at the Head Quarters of the Second Prussiu 
Army under H.R.H. the Crown Prince, and was present at the battles of Nachod and Koniggratz (Medal). The 
and Class of the Red Kaglc with Swords offered to him bj' tho King of Prussia he was prevented from accepting 
by existing regulations, but having received permission to accept and wear the 1866 Medal it was f 01 warded to him 
directly by tho King of Prussia, accompanied by an autograph letter from His Majesty. Served throughout the 
Franco-German warm 1870-71, as British Military Commissioner at the Head Quarters of the 3rd German Aray 
under H.R.H. the Crown Prince of Pru»ia. and was present at the battles of Wei ssemburg, Worth, and Sedan, and 
throughout the investment of Psris. and received the permission of Her Majesty to accept and wear tho Iron Ores*, 
and the Medal granted at the termination of the campaign. 

l * Lt. General A. J.IIerbeit served the Kastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles in the Crimea and the 
siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of tho Medjidie, and Turkish Vedill. 

u Lt. General the Honourable Leicester Smyth served in the Katfir war of 1852- 5^ (Medal) ; also at tho Battle of 
Berea. Served tho Fuatern Campaign of 1854-55 as Assistant Military Secretary to Lord Raglan, and afterwards to 
Genoral Simpson (Medal with Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian 
and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidic). 

u Lt General Stephenson served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55. including the battles of Alma, Balaklava. 
and Iukerman, Hieire of Sebastopol and sortie on the sfcth October. Was Military Secretary to tho Commander in 
Clficf in the Crimea fiom early in July until Nov. 1855 (Medal with four Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor. 4th 
Class of tho Medjidic, and Turkish Medal 1. Served a* Assist. Adjutant General to the expeditionary force in China 
from March 185710 14th Feb. i£6o, and Present at the capture of Canton in D^c. 1S57; and served as Deputy 
Adjutant Genoral to the foice under Sir Hope Grant from 14th Feb. 1S60 to ictli March ltiOx. present at the storm- 
ing and capture of the Tauu Forts, the actions of tho 18th and 21st Sept., and buhsequcnt advance on Pekin (C'if., 
Brevet of Colonel. Medsl with three Clasps). 

16 Lt. General Whit more served in the Kastern campaign of 1854 as Aido do Camp to Sir George Brown, including 
the battles of Alma (horse shot) and Inkermau, and sietfe of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, KnigLt 01 the 
Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidic, and Turkish Medal). 

'"Lord Alexander Russell served with the 1st Battalion Ritle Brigade in the Kaffir war of 185a- 53 as D. A.Q.M.G. 
to the ist Division, and was present at the battle of Berea— mentioned in General Orders (Medal, and Brevet of 
Major). Served also in tho Crimea from the mh July 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and com- 
manded the ist Battalion from the 25th Octol>cr 1S55 until the evacuation of tho Crimea (Medal with Clasp, Breve* 
of Lt.Colonel, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). . 

18 Sir Garnet Wolseloy served with tho 80th Regiment in the Burmese war of 1852-53 (Medal for Pegu) , was with 
the expedition under Sir John Cheape against the robber chief Myattoon, and severely wounded when leading tho 
storming party against tho chiefs stronghold on the 19th March (mentioned in despatches). Lauded iu the Crimea 
with tho 90th Light Infantry on 5th Dec. 1854, and employed in the trenches as Acting Engineer nntil Sebastopol 
was taken ; was engaged in the assault and defence ot the Quarries on 71I1 June, and on duty in the Trenches at the 
attack of the ifcth June; severely wounded in a sortie 30th August, when iu charge of tho advanced sap— several 
times mentioned in despatches (Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor. 5th ('lass <<f 1 he Medijdie, aud 
Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaigns of 1857-59, and was present at the relief of Luckuow, defence 
of the Alumbagh by Outram, with tho several engagement* thero, siege and capture of Lucknow, subsequently a* 
D. A.Q.M. General to Grant's division and with it at tho affair of Baree, action at Na wabgunge, and all the others 
fought by that force (repeatedly mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). Served in the 
war of i860 in China upon the Quarter Master General's Staff, and present at the assault of the Takn Forts, and in all 
the engagements throughout the campaign (Medal with two Clasps). Commanded the Expedition sent in 1870 from 
Canada to the Red River Territory for the suppression of the Rebel Government established at Fort Garry against 
the Queen's authority, and was created a Knight of St. Michael ami St. George for his services upon that occasion. 
Was Governor and Commander of the Forces on the Gold Coast during the Ashanti War of 1673-74 ; received th-.* 
thanks of both Houses of Parliament, promoted to be Major General for distinguished service, nominated QCMh'. 
and Kt li. (Medal with Clasp). Was sent to South Africa iu June 1S79 as Governor and High Commissioner (■'' 
Natal and lands adjacent, with local rank of General. Completed the subjugation of the Zulus and brought the 
Zulu war to a conclusion. Afterwards overpowered Sckukuni's hostile nation and destroyed their stronghold ; air I 
finally subdued tho disaffected Boors aud completed the annexation of the Transvaal (Medal with Clasp, Gl'BX 

19 Sir Frederick F. Maudo served the Gwalior campaign of 1843-44 as Adjutant of the Buffs, and was present at 
tho battle of Punniar on 29th Dec. 184 *- horse shot under him (Bronze Star). Served in the Crimeau campaign 
from April 1855. including both assaults on tho Redan on 18th June, in reserve, and 8th September, aud siege and 
fall of Sebastopol. Commanded the Buffs from 3rd August till tho 8th Sept., on which date he commanded the 
covering and ladder party of tho 2nd Division, furnished by his regiment, at the final assault on tho Redan— 
dangerously wounded, mentioned in despatches. For his conspicuous and devoted bravery on this occasion he was 
recommended by his Regiment for, and received, the Victoria Cross (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, CJi., 
Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of tho Medjidio, and Turkish Medal). Commanded the aud Division 
Peshawur Valley Field Force during the campaign of 1878-79 in Afghanistan (mentioned iu despatches, thanks of 
both Houses of Parliament, A't'if., and Medal). 

11 Lt. General Foster servod with the 1.6th Lancers during tho campaign in Affghanistan under Lord Keane, 
including the siege and capture of Ghuzneo (Medal). He served also at tho battle of Mahurajporc, ytli Dec. 1S4J 
(Bronze Star) ; and in the campaign on the Butlej iu 1846, including the battles of Buddiwal, Aliwul (as Aide do 
Camp to Brigadier Cureton), and Sobroan (Medal and Clasp). 

** Lt. General Shipley served in the Kastcru campaign of 1854, including the battles of Alma and Inkcrma:* 
(neve rely wounded;, siege of Sebastopol, aud sortie on *6th Oetolier (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Sar- 
dinian and Turkish Medals, and sthClas.* of the Medjidie). Served in the Indian N.W. Frontier war of 1863 with 
iJje Eusnfzj o FicM Force in command ot tho isr. Brigade from the 4th to the 14th December, and of the ist Battalion 
7th FueiJiers, ttt tho stack nud aUrmini of the Ckmieu! Hill, and the capture of Umbeyla (mentioned in despatches, 
<2K, AfeJtd vrith Clasp). 



War Services of the General Officers. . 10 

a Lt. General Primrose served with the 43rd Light Infantry in the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal), an<l \vas for some 
im* D.A.Q.M. General of the 2nd Division; accompanied the expedition to the Orange River sovereignty, and was 
ir&tent at the action of the Berea. Commanded tho 43rd Light Infantry on its march from Bangalore through Central 
ndiato Calpee in 1858 (a distanco of 1,300 miles during the hottest season of the year) and throughout the various 
tperations in Bnndelcund, and towards the conclusion of the rcl>eIlion ho commanded one of the seven Columns 
tader Brigadier Wheeler, specially ordered to clear a largo district infested by numerous bands under rebel chiefs 
Medal). 

** Sir Robert Bright served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 19th Regiment, including the battles 
if Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sehastopol, and storming of the Redan on the 18th June and 8th Septem- 
>er— mentioned in despatches (Medal vith three Clasps, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th 
Mass of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Commanded as Brigadier General the 1st Brigade Hazara Field Force 
»f 1 863. including tho expedition against the tribes on the- Black Mountain (mentioned in despatches, thanked by 
he Government of India, CB., Medal with Clasp). 

** Lt.General Willis served uninterruptedly throughout tho Eastern campaign from April 1854 to July 1856; — 
rilb the 77th Regt. until May 1855, after which as D.A.Q.M. General at Herd Quarters, and as A.Q.M. General of the 
}th Division ; was present at the affairs on the Bulganac and at Balaklava, battles of Alma and Inkerman, assault of 
jie vjajirries, attack of tho Redan on 18th June, battle of Tchernaya, final nssault of the Redan on 8th Sept., and 
»erved for upwards of seven months in the Trenches, including the repulse of several sorties, and was frequently iu 
Mmmnndin the advance Trendies (Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major ami Lt.Colouel, Grand Otlhxv ol tho- 
Lesrion of Honor. Sardinian and Turkish Medals, r.nd 5th Class of the Medjidlc). 

r ' Lt.General Glyn served as Field Adjutant to the Force under 8ir Harry Smith in the action with and defeat 
of tlii* rebel Boers "at Boem 1'laats (horse killcxl). Served with tho Ritie Brigade in tho k'athr war of 1852-53 1 Medal;. 
Also toe Eastern campaign as a Brigade Major and Assistant Adjutant General in the Light Division, including ihe 
battlrs of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sevastopol (Medal with three t.Manps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colouel, 
Knight of the I*ogion of Honor, 5th (Mass of tho Medjidic, and Turkish Medal). Served tho Indian campaigns of 
1857-59, including the defeat of the Gwalior Contingent at Cawnpore on 6th December, tinal capture of Lucknow. 
action at Nawabguuge (commanded liattnliou), and subsequent operations (Medal with Cln»p, and CB.). 

M Lt-General Conolly served the Eastern campaign of 1854 ns Brigade Major to the He ivy Cuvalry Brigade, 
including the battle of Balaklava, and siege of Sevastopol (Medal with two Chmps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 
5th Class of the Medjidic. an<l T irkisli Medal). 

* Lt. General Donovan served with the 33rd Regt. the Eastern campaign of 1854 ami up to 19th April 1855, 
including the battles of Alma and Ii:Ueravin, and nieg«) of Sehastopol— severely wounded in tho Trenches on the 
16th of April (mentioned in despatches. Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colouel, Knight of tho 
Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Moljidie, and Turkish Medal). 

" Major General D. Anderson wn» t .resent with the 22ml Regiment at tho taking and destruction of tho villages 
in the Boree Valley in the i'eshawur district in November 1853 (Medal with Clasp). 

n Major General Radeliffe served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 20th Regt., including the battles of 
Alma (as Aide do Camp to acting Brigadier General Horn), Balaklava, and Inkerman, siege of Sehastopol, and 
aflair of the 18th June (Medal with Clasps, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of tho 
Medjidic). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, and was present at the actions of Chanda, Umeerporo, and 
Snltanpore, and at the siege and capture of Lucknow— wounded (sabre-cut in right hand} and twice mentioned in. 
despatches (Medal with Clasp, and Cli.). 

••Major General Pakcnham served with the 30th Regiment in tho Eastern campaign of 1854. and was slightly 
and also severely wounded at the Imttle of Alma (Medal with Clasp, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colouel, Sardinian 
and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidic. 

M Major General W. Payn served with tho 53rd Regiment in the Sntl«\i campaign of 1S45-46, including the affair 
of Boddiwal and actions of Aliwal and Sobraon (Medal and Clasp). Puniaub campsign of iS^y, including tho 
battle of Goojerat (Medal with Clasp), campaign of 1851-52 against the hill tribes on the I'ei»ha\vur Frontier. Served 
in the Crimea in command of a Regiment of tho Turkish Contingent, and \vu« present with that Force from June 
1855 until its disbandment iu May 1856 (Brevet of Major. Turkish Medal, and 4th Class of the Medjidic). 
Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the actions of the 26th 27th and 28th Nov. at Cawnpore, 
under General Windham, battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec. and pursuit of tho Gwalior Contingent to Serai Ghat, 
action of Khodagunge and entry into Futtehghur, affair of Shumshubad, storm and capture of Meangungo, in. 
command of the left attack, siege ami capture of Lucknow, and atl'air of Koorsie; commanded the 53rd through- 
out the not weather caxn]>aign and passage of the Goomtee and occupation of Sultanpore, present with the Regi- 
ment at the passage of the Gogra ut Fyzaoad on 25th Nov., action of Toolsepore. and minor affairs (mentioned 
fire times in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colouel, CB., Medal with Clasp). 

* Lord Chelmsford served with the Grenadier Guards in tho Crimea from the 31st May 1855, including tho siegt 
and fall of Sehastopol (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Cia*s of tho 
Medjidie). Served with the 95th Regiment in the Indian campaign (Medal). Served in the Abjs.-iiiinn campaign 
in i863 as Deputy Adjutant General of tho Expeditionary Force, and was present at the capture of Muudala 
(mentioned in despatches for "great ability and untiring energy," CB. t and Medal). Served in command of the 
British forces in the Kafir war of 1878, and in tho Zulu war of 1879, being present at the engagements of Giugin- 
dalovu and Ulundi (Medal with Clasp, and GCB.). 

■ Major General Harrison served with the 10th Hussars in the Crimean campaign from 17th April to 5th Aug. 1855,. 
including the capture of Tchorgaun and siege of Sebast©i>ol (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of tho Medjidie, and Turkish. 
Medal). 
• Major General Hon. A. G. C. Chichester served with the 6th Regiment in the Kaffir war, in 1847 (Medal). 
** Major General Stratton served in the Indian campaign of 1858 ; commanded the 6th Regt. and a body of drafts 
ia the attack, on tho rebels on the nth May, and in other operations in the Jugdespore Jungle (Medal). 

« Major General W. H. Seymour served with the 68th Light Infantry during the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, 
including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sehastopol (Medal with four Clasps, ami 
Turkish Medal:. Accompanied the 2nd Dragoon Guards to India, and served in the campaigns of 1858 59, including 
the action of Nusserutpore, siege and capture of Lucknow (charger wounded}, and subsequent operations, action 
of Nawabgungc (in command of three squadrons of tho Regiment), and reoccupation of Fyzabad. Commanded the- 
Regiment throughout the Oude campaign, including the action of Jamo (wounded), assault and capture of Birwiih, 
and Trans-Gogra affairs at Bungaon (Gazetted Brevet Major on 20th July 1858, frequently montioned in despatches,. 
Medal with Clasp, and CB.). 

a Sir Frederick FitzWygram served in the Crimea with the 6th Dragoons, was present at tho battle of Tchernaya 
and fail of Sehastopol (Modal with Clasp, and Tr.rkith Medal). 
M Major General J. W. Cox served in tho 13th Liirht Infantry the campaigns of 1840, 4i,and4a in Afghanistan, ar.<l 




Baboo 
Pass 

despatch) and istDec. i84i,and nth Mar. 74th Mar. and 1st Apr. 1842 ; tho general action with and defeat of the be- 
sieging force under Akbar Khan before Jellalabad ou the 7th April (mentioned in despatches for " gallant conduct 
throughout the day," and as being " the lirst of the party which captured them to seize two of the enemy's cannon") ; 




Clasp, _ _ . . 

Imuan campaign, and commanded the Left Wing of the 13th Light Infantry from Aug. 1857 to Oct. 1S58, and was 
actively employed in the Azimghur and Gorruckpore districts and southern borders of Oude, present in right engage- 
ments, in three of which he commanded the wholo force, in three others he commanded a separate Column, and' in 
the remaining two he acted as principal Staff Officer to the force (repeatedly mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt 
OolcmeL CB.. and Medal). 

** Major General G. W. A. Higginson served throughout the Eastern campaign of i%S4~SS« •» nAyotauQl t^T^x- 
talion Grenadier Guards, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman 0\oraeY\\\ecV},«\eu,o wn&taW e& 
Bebastopol j after which he served as Brigade Major ot the Guards until tho conclusion ut ta&^raT v>tata\ xriSt 



1 1 War Services of the General Officers. 

four Clasps. Brevets of Major and Lt. Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, s?h Claw of the Medjidie, and 
Turkish Medal). 

** Miijor General R. Hume served the Eastern catrpaign of 1854. nnd up to the 13th Jnn. 1%}*. and from the 19th 
May to the 30th Sept. 18^5. w *th the 55th Regt.. including the buttles of Alum mid Inkerman (Wverelv woundedi. 
siege and fall of Sevastopol, repulse oi tho sortie of 26th Octolwr, and assaults of the Redan 0:1 the iSth Jane and 
£th Sept.— severely wounded, and mentioned in despatches (Medal with tbrre Clasps, Brevet of Major, Kidghl of 
the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of Die Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Commanded the 55th Regiment in the Bhoo 
tan ox'*edition. including the attack and recapture of Dewangiri in 1805 (Medal with Clasp). 

47 Major General F. Peyton served iuthe<)8th Regt. with the expedition to the north of China in 1842. and wmspre- 
si':nt at the operations in the Yniigtsekiuiiir River, the attack and capture of Chin Kiamr Fo». and at the landing 
hefore Nankin (Medal), Punjaub campaign of 1848-40 (Meilnl). Served with tl.e Flank Co: ; ;panic<» of the 9? th 
Hcgt. at tho forciiitr of the Kohat Pass, in the force under Sir Charles Napier and Sir Colin Campbell in Feb. 135J 
(mentioned in de- patches. Medal with Clasp). Commanded four Companies of the v?th Regt in the Pcshawnr Expe- 
ditionary Force on the Kuzofcic Front i- s r under Sir Sydney Cotton in April and May i?y., capture of Pungtnr and 
< 'bin glee, and the affair with the Hind. stance fanatics on the Heisrlitn of Sittana on 4th May (mentioned in 
ilespatchcs) . In the Pcshawur Division durii'ir the Sepoy nr.:ti'-y in 1.158. 

49 Major General C. Aduu.s served throughout the campaign in the Crimea in 1854-55 50 with the 40th Regiment, 




Guzerat and Sind during tie- Indian mutiny. Served throughout the Abyssinian campaign as a Brigadier General, 
and was present ;if the action of Aroiree. led hi-* Brigade to" the assault of Magdala, and was Commandant of that 
fortress from the time of its capture t » that of its destruction (mentioned in despatches, (7?.. and Medal) 

M Major General Robert Carey served with the 40th Regt. throughout the operations in Candahar and Affgh&n* 
istan in 1^41-4.2 (Medal). Seized in flu* ( 'rimea with the Turkish Contingent as Assistant Qnarter Master General to 
a Division, and afterwards in command of a Brigade, for which he received the Brevet of Major, 4th Clans of the Med* 
jidie, and Turkish Medal. A*» Deputy Adjutant General in Australia, served with the force employed in New Zealand 
under (Jcinral Pratt during the Maori war of i56o m (CB.). Served as Deputy Adjutant General throughout the 
campaign of iRr'.^ :n the Waikato district, being present at Rangiriri (promoted Colonel) ; also in the campaign* uf 
1864-65 in the Waikato, Taurauga. ami Waugauui districts; present at the actions at Patemngi, Te Awamntn. 
Orakau, Pukchinahina, Xukumaru. and other engagements during the war; served a No the campaign of 1866 in 
the Taranaki and Wuugunui districts, and was im-seiit at the capture of Otapawa ami Waiki.to as well as the opera- 
tions in the fores: round Mount Kgmont (Medal). 

53 Mnj«-r General H. \V. Lowry served the Eastern campaign of 1854-5* with the 471)1 Regimen*, including tbe 
battles of Alma and Balaklava, "capture of Balaklava, Biego and fall of Sevastopol. Served on the Staff of the 
Adjutant General's Pepartmtut in the Crimea and at Scutari— mentioned in despatches (Medal with three Clasps, 
Brevet of Lt. Colonel, 5th Class of the Medjidie and Turkish Medal). 

54 Major Gent—a I Light foot served as Brigade Major to the 5th Brigade at the second relief of Lucknow and at the 
•defeat of the (>wa!. or rebels at Cawnporc, present at the passage of the Kala Nuddei-, e.iiunanded the 84th Regt. 
at the Alumbagh. from the 2 >rd Jan. to the 10th March 1858 ; also at the capture of Lucknow, relief of Aziznghur, 
pursuit of Kocr Sing, and ul'l the operations in tho Shahabad district, with those which ended in the ejection of 
the rebels from rhe Jugdespore Jungles, until 7th Nov. 1S58. Subsequently commanded a Field Column under 
Brigadier Douglas to the final suppression of the rebellion in Shahabad (several times mentioned in despatches, and 
thanked by the Governor General, Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps, and CB.). 

M Sir Henry Hugh Clifford wa* at tho battle of Boem Plaate in 1848, and served in the Kaffir war of 
•852-53 (Medal). Also the Kasterntampaign of 1854-55 as Aide de Camp to Major General Bnller, nnd on the return 
of that officer to England from ill health, as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General on the Staff of the Light Divi- 
sion till the termination of the campaign (Medal with Clasps, Brevet of Major. Victoria Cross, Knight of the 
Leigon of Honor, sth (Mass of the Medjidie, nnd Turkish Medal). Appointed Assistant Quart* r Master General to 
the China expeditionary f.ircc in March 1857. and was present as Head of Department at the operations before and 
taking of Canton in Dec. 1S57 and Jan. 1858 (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, and Medal with C]a»p). 

M Major General Torrens served in theF.astern campaign as Aide de Camp to Brigadier General Torrens, including 
the I tattle of Inkcrmau — mentioned in despatches (wounded, and horse shot under him) — anil siege of Bebastopol ; 
was api»ointed D.A.y.M. General at Head Quarters in Feb. 1855, and served in that capacity until the end of the war, 
having been present at both attacks on tho Redan ;Mcdal with four Clasps, Brevet of Major. Knight of the Legion 
of Honor. 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served the Indian enmpaign of 1857-58, including the 
relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde ; selected for tho command of the Rear Guard of tho relieving army daring its 
march from Lucknow to Cawnporc after tho relief of tho Lucknow garrison, defeat of the Gwalior Contingent at 
Cawnpore on 6th Dec. 1S57, operations across the Goomtee, siege and capture of Lucknow ; was Assistant Adjutant 
General H.M. Forces at Head Quarters during the operations by Lord Clyde against the rebels in (hide in 1858-59, 
and was present at all the engagements of that campaign (Medal with two Clasps, and Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 

58 Major General Crealock landed with the 90th Lt. bifantry at Balaklava on 5th Dec. ifr-4, nnd served at the siege 
and fall of Sehnstopol. Commanded a party of the Rcgt. in reserve at the storming of the Quarries, and assisted 
in holding that work against the attacks of" the Russians during the following day ; pre-ent with his Rcgt. at the 
attacks of the Redan on the 18th June and 8th Sept. (mentioned in despatches) ; appointed P. A. Q. M. (fcncral at Head 

Suarters on 17th Sept. nnd at Constantinople in Dec. 1855 (Brevet of Major, Medal with Cla*p. 5th Class of the Mcd- 
_ die, and Turkish Medal). Appointed D. A. Q. M. General to the China expeditionary force in March 1857, aud was 
S resent at the whole of the operations at Canton in Dec. 1857 and Jan. 1858 (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp), 
erved in the Indian campaign* of Rohilcund, Byswarrah, and Trans-Gogra during 1858 5 , or. the Staff of Sir Wm. 
Mansfield, including the actions of Bareilly and Shahjehanpore (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Claap). Ap- 
pointed Military Secretary to Lord Klgin, special ambassador in China, in March 1660, ami was attached to the Head 
Quarters of the British Army during" the war of that year, including the action of Sinho, capture of the forte of 
Tangkoo and Taku, action of Palichnu, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). Servod in the Zulu war 
•Of 1870 in command of the 1st Division (Medal with Clasp, and CMO.). 

n Major General J. N. Snrgent accompanied tho 95th Regiment as its Junior Captain on the Eastern Expedition of 
1854, and was recommended by General Beatson for the Turkish Medal for the Danubiun campaign, he having gone 
on leave to tho Danube, whcre"(nt Turtukai) he volunteered his services to that General, who was then searching for 
boats to cross the river and attack the Russians. He served in the Crimean campaign in 1854-55, including the 
battle of Alma (wounded, and specially mentioned in the Commanding Officer's official report for " determined 
bravery while leading the attack of the right wing" of the 95th Regiment up the height* of the Alma), repulse of 
the powerful sortie on the 26th October, tattle of Inkerman (where ne succeeded to the command of the 95th Regt. 
And brought it out of action, and at a crisis when every rifle was of vital importance he used one with remarkable 
effect, especially when cut off from our position by the Russian Column that occupied the ground whence the 95th 
Regt. had charged tho enemy down the hill), siege and fall (wounded) of Bebastopol. Was most strongly recom- 
mended for promotion for the battle of Inkerman as a "most zealous, meritorious, and brave Officer '* (Medal 
with three Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, Turkish Medal, and Brevet of Major). 
Served tho campaign of i860 in China as second Lt.Colonel of the Buffs, including the action of Sinho. in which ho 
■commanded the advanced guard (mentioned in despatches), taking of Tonghoo, and place* I in permanent command 
of the advanced outpost towards tbe Taku Forte (mentioned in deepatches). Appointed Commandant of the Taku 
Forte and Allied Commissioner. Commended by Sir Robert Napier for "good judgment, determination, and high 
military qualities," and recommended to the Commander in Chief by Sir Hope Grant in the following words : — 
"I would most strongly recor/imend this Officer to the favourable consideration of His Royal Highness. He was one 
of the most active and'uueful officers in the field, who was in a position of great responsibility, nnd who performed 
his duties to my entire satislsction " {CB.. Medal with Clasp). 
• Major General Luard served in the Crimea in the 77th Regt. from March 1855, and on the Staff as Brigade 
J&vorto General Steanbeazce and D. A. A. General at Head Quarters from June 1855, including the siege and fall of 



War Services of the General Officers. 12 

Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served 
in China as Brigade Major and Brigade in 1857- 58, and mentioned in desiwtches u* l>cing the first person on the 
walla of Canton (Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with (.'last)). 

* Major General H. H. Browne served with the 9th Regt. in the Crimea from 27th Not. 1854, including the aiege 
and fall of 8ebastopol, and assaults of the 18th June and 8th Sent. Served as Aide do Camp and subsequently as 
Major of Brigade to Major General Ridley, 1st Division, during the latter part of the campaign (Medal with Clasp, 
Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion or Honor, 5th Class of the Modjidie, and Turkish Medal). Proceeded with 
Kr Hope Grant's expedition from India in 1860-61 to China. Proceeded in Command of Forces sent to Japan for 
protection of Treaty Ports in 1864, and received the thanks of Her Majesty's Ministers for services in that country 
and also the approbation of the General Officer in command of the Forces in China. 

• Major General Sayer served with the 1st Dragoon Gds. in tho Crimean campaign from 16th Aug. 1855, including 
the aiege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Claap, and Turkish Medal). Commanded the Regiment in China 
throughout the campuign of i860, including the action of Sinho, and those of the x8th and ai&t Sept., also the sur- 
render of Pekin (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with Two Clasps). 

•* Major General Macdonald served the Kastern campaign of 1854 as Aide do Camp to General Pennofather (in- 




Bulganak, battles of Alma and Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol. At Balaklava he led the squadron of direction, 
was severely wounded, and had his horse shot (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, 
and Turkish Medal). Proceeded with his Regiment to India in 1857, and served throughout tho campaign in 
Central India in 1858-59, part of the time in command of a Flying Column, including the action ofBarode 
(Medal). 




of Havelock's Column and engaging the enemy on two occasions, 011 the first landed his force repulsed the rebels 
and captured their 6-poundergun; was 8 tail Officer to General Neill at Cawnpore, afterwards Brigade Major to the 
xst Brigade and was with it during its advance and entry into Lncknow on 25th Sopt., defence of the Residency and 
subsequent operations at the Alumbagh under Outram ; also served ana Brigade Major at the capture of Kaiserbagh. 
and capture of Lncknow, received the thanks of the Governor Goueral in Council, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colohol 
(Medal with two Clasps, a year's service for Lucknow, and CSI.\ 

07 Major General A. W. Murray commanded tho centre division of the Brigade, and was engaged at tho storming 
and capture of the stockades of Sabajee on tho 1st Juno 1853. Commanded the British Troops on an expedition up the 
River Gambia in Feb. 1S61, which stormed and destroyed the stockaded Mandiiigo towns of Swarxucunda, Carawan, 
Kinty Cunda, and Saba, and compelled tho king of Baddehoo to make peace. 




of the operations of the war of 1863-66, including the actions at Katikara and Koheroa, assault and capture of the 
fbrtifled position of Rangiriri {CB.\ advance through and occupation of tho Waikato country— with actions at 
Haerini and Orakau. At the conclusion of the Waikato campaign Sir Duncan Cameron, commanding the Army 




present 

at the subsequent operations at Tauranga, and at the Gate Pah, and in tho campaign of 1865 in the Wanganui 
country, including the action at Nukumaru, aflair of Kakararoea ; and again in the campaign under Sir Trevor 
Chute, at the assault and capture of Otapawa, at Waikoko, and in tho arduous forest march round Mount Egmont 
(repeatedly mentioned in despatches, rank of Colonel, and Medal). The 3rd Class of tho Medjidie has been conferred 
on him by tho Viceroy of Egypt in acknowledgment of his services as Governor of His Highness' son, Prince 
Hassan, during his stay in England in 1868-69. 

• Major General Milman was present in the action at Marigungc and at the relief of Lucknow in Nov. 1857. Com- 
manded a Detachment during the advance on the Dilkoosha and Martiniere (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Lt. Colonel, and grant of a year's service) ; served with the 5th Fusiliere in Outrain's force at the Alumbagh in all 




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in a boat off Mahebourg, together with five others, whose lives were saved by his skill and courage in swimming, 
for which the Royal Humane Society conferred on him its Gold Medal. 

* Lord Clarina served with the 95th Regiment in the Crimea from the 22nd Nov. 1854, including the siege and 
tall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class 
of the Medjidie). Served also in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1858, including the siege and capture of Kotah, 
battle of Kota ke Semi, general action resulting in tho capture of Gwalior, siege and capture of Pouree (men- 
tioned in despatches, Me<lal with Clasp). 

71 Sir John Ross served with the Rifle Brigado in the Eastern campaign, including the battles of Alma and 
Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol, until February 1855 (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served also in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the action of Cawnpore, 
■iaje and capture of Lucknow. Commanded the Camel Corps at the capture of Calpee and during the subsequent 
campaign in Central India (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Lt. Colonel, CB., Medal with two Clasps). Served 
with the Rifle Brigade in the North West Frontier of India campaigns of 1863-64 (Meual with Clasp;. Commanded 
the Bengal troops during the operations in tho Malay Peninsula in 1875-76 (mentioned in General Orders of the 
Government of India). Commanded the Indian Exi>editionary Force which was sent to the Mediterranean in 1878. 

* Major General Hawley served with the 89th Regiment in tbe Crimea from the 31st Dec. 1854, including the siege 
tad aril ot Sebastopol and attacks of the z8th June and 8th September. Served as D. A.Q.M. General at Balaklava 
during 1856 (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

71 Major General Willis was present with Gen. Havelock's Field Force in the actions of Oonao and Buseerut Gunge 
on aoth July 1857 ; commanded the 84th Regiment in the actions of Buseerut Gunge on the 5th Aug., Boorboake 




up 
24th Jan. ; present fit the fall of Lucknow ; accompanied General Lugard's Force, and present at the relief of 
Azimghur ; proceeded with Brigadier Douglas's column in pursuit of the rebel chief Kocr Sing, and present in the 
actions of 17th and 20th April (mentioned in despatches, CB., and Brevets of Major and Lt. Colonel, Medal with 
two Clasps, and grant of a year's service for Lucknow) . 

*• Major General Vialls served in the Eastern campaign of 1854 *'»tb the 95th Regt., including the battle of Inker- 
man (severely wounded), siege of Sebastopol, and sortie on 26th October (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet Major, 
and Turkish Medal). Served also in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1858, including the siege anu capture of 
Kotah, battle of Kota ke Serai, general action resultirg in the capture of Gwalior, siege and capture of Pouree 
(Ave times mentioned in despatches, Medal with ClasD). 

*■ Major General Hon. Percy Feilding served the Eastern campaign of 1854 as Brigade Major to the Brigade of 
Guards at the battle of Alma (mentioned in despatches') and on the Staff of the xst Division at the battles of Bala- 
klava and Inkerman (severely wounded), and siege of Sebastopol (Brevet of Major, Medal with four Clasps, Knight 
of the Legion of Honour, 5th Class of the Medjidie, Turkish Medal, and CB.\. 

?* Major General C. C. Frascr served as Orderly Officer to Brigadier Campbell at the aftavr ot 'VLvmwes&a ti«*y 
Allahabad, on the 5U1 Jan. 1858, and subsequently with the 7th Hussars in the Indian muuivy cvvm\ta'\£tv tt*nu¥«\>.\» 
July 1858, and from Dec. 1858 to March i8sg, and was present ut the affair ot Meeuguuge, aifeu,* «n& c»>v^ QX *t |,v 



13 War Services of the General Officers, 

Luoknow, affairs of Barree and Sirsee (horse wounded), action of Nawabgunge (severely wounded whilst leading 
a squadron against a body of Gazzie fanatics, mentioned in Sir Hope Grunt's despatch for " most conspicuous 
gallantry/' Brevet of Major), throughout the Trans-Gogra campaign, including tho affair near Churda and pursuit, 
taking the Fort of Mcejeedia, attack on Bankee with pursuit to the Raptec (victoria Cross for " conspicuous and 
cool-gallantry"), advance into Nepaul and affair at Sitkaghat (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Abyssinian 
campaign in 1868 as Commandant at Hoad Quarters and in charge of the outposts, and was present at the action 
of Arogee and capture of Magdala (mentioned in despatches " for unceasing vigilance/' CB. t and Medal). Has 
been awarded tho Royal Humane Society's Modal of the First Class. 

" Major General Bulwer sorvod the Eastern campaign of 1854 with the 23rd Fusiliers, including the battle of 
Alma and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian mutiny of 1857-59, 
including tho siege and capture of Lucknow, and operations across the Goomtcc under Outram. Commanded a 
Column of troops with the Left Wing of the 23rd Fusiliers in the Bueswarra district of Oude, including the capture 
of the Fort of Selimpore, and two other successful engagements at Julrowleo and Poorwah, commanded Left Wing 
of tho 23rd at the defeat of Bene© Madho by Lord Clyde at Buxarghat (Brevet of Lt. Colonel, CB., Medal with Clasp, 
and mentioned in despatches) . 

79 Major General Hardy served tho Eastern campaign of 1854, and commanded the Detachment of two Com- 
panies 46th Foot at the battles of the Alma, Balaklava, and Inkcrman (severely wounded in right shonlder) , and siege 
of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, Turkish Medal, mid CB.). 

83 Major General Elkington served with the 6th Regt. in the Kaffir wars of 1847 an 'l 1851-52 (Medal), — during 
which ho was present at the operations in the Fish river, Waterkloof, Amatolas, and Trans-Kei expeditions in com- 
mand of the Light Company. He served as Assistant Quarter Master General to the Ottoman Contingent froc 
its formation in May 1S55 to tho eloso of the war, for which he received the Brevet rank of Major, the 4th Class of 
the Medjidie. and the Murkish Medal. Served as Aide de Camp to Sir John Michel during the Indian mutiny in 
1858 in Central India (Medal, and Brevet of Lt. Colonel). Served with the China Expeditionary Force in i860 as 
Aide do Camp to Sir John Michel from the landing of the Army to tho surrender of Pekiu (Medal with Clasps, and 
promoted to an uuattached Majority). 

81 Major General Fox-Pitt-Rivers sorved in the Eastern campaign up to 15th Oct. 1854 as D.A.Q.M. General, 
including tho battlo of Alma and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
Medal). 

88 Major General the Hon. J. J. Bourke served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 in the SSth Regiment, and was 

£ resent at the buttles of Alma and Tnkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, 5th Class of the 
[edjidio, and Tuikish Medal). Served in India during tho suppression of the mutiny in 1S57 -58, and was present at 
the affair of Bhognapore (mentioned in despatches), siege of Lucknow in March 1858, and hicge and fall of Calpeo 
(Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with Clasp for Central India). 

88 Sir Archibald Alison served with the 72nd Highlanders the Eastern campaign of 1855, including the expedition 
to Kertch, siego and fall of Sebastopol, and attack of the 18th Juno (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, nnd Turkish 
Medal). Servedas Military Secretary to Lord Clydo in India during the campaign from August 1857 to March 1858, 
and was severely wounded (lost loft arm) at the relief of Lucknow (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Modal with Clasp, and CB.). 
Was Brigadier General of the European Brigade and Second in Command throughout the Ashanti war from 
December 1873 ; led the Brigade at the battle of Amoaful. capture of Becqna, buttle of Ordahsu, and capture of 
Coomassie (thanks of Parliament, and KCB., Medal with Clssp). 

81 Major General Farringtou served with the 39th Regiment in the Sutlej compaign of 1845-46, and was present at the 
^battles of Fcrozeshah and Sobraon (Medal and Clasp). Served also in tho Punjaub cninpuign of 1848-49, including 
the passage of the Chcnab and battles of Chillian wallah and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). 

** Major General Newdigate served with tho 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade the Eastern campaign of 1854 and up to 
July 1855, including the battles of Alma and Inkcrman (wounded) . and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, 
Brevet of Major, Knight of tho Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in the 
Zulu war of 1879 in command of the 2nd Division, and was present in the engagement at Ulundi (Medal with 
Clasp, and CB.). 

80 Lord Abingcr served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Inkerman, and Bala- 
klava, siege of Sebastopol and sortie on the 26th Oct. ; wa# appointed extra Aide do Camp to Major General Sir 
James Yorke Scarlett on 3rd Nov. 1854, and rejoined his Regiment ist April 1855 (Brevet of Major, Medal with four 
•Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

88 Major General Marshall served in the Crimea from is*, to 2CO1 Sept. 1855, as Aide do Cnmp to Sir James 
Scarlett (Medal with Clasp for Scbastonol, und Turkish Meduli. swerved in the Zulu war of lSy^ hi command of 
tho Cavalry Brigade, and after the dissolution of the Brigade commanded tho advanced posts on the Lines of 
Communication (Medal with Clasp, and CITO.). 

88 Major General Bassano served with the 32nd Regiment at the first and second siege operations before Mooltan, 
tho attack on the enemy's position in front of the advanced trenches on 12th Sept. 1848, the action of Soorjkoond, 
storm and capture of the city and surrender of the fortress ; also present ut the surrender of the fort and 
garrison of Chemoto, and at the battlo of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasp*). Also on the Pcshawur frontier in 1852 
(Modal). Served during the Indian mutiny in 1857-59; was in action at Chinhut on 30th June 1857 (severely 
wounded), and from that date engaged in the defence of tho Residency of Lucknow until its final relief by Lord 
Clydo on 24th Nov. 1857 » engaged in a sortie on 26th Sept. when seven trims were captured, and was in command 
of the Regiment from 27th Sept. to 24th Nov. (mentioned in despatches by Sir John lnglis and the Governor 
General, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, and CB.) ; also engaged in the defeat of the Gwulior rebels at Cawnpore 
on the 6th Dec. 1857, and in part of the subsequent campaign in Oude (Medal with Clasp, and grant of a year's 
service for Lucknow). 

80 Major General do Horsey sorved tho Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to 13th Jan. 1855, including the battle of 
Alma and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major. 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

81 Sir Henry Havelock-Allan served as D.A.Q.M. General in the Persian expedition from 15th Feb. 1857, including 
tho bombardment and capture of Mohumrah (Medal). Served throughout tho Indian campaigns of 1857-59 as Aidede 
Camp to General Havelock from 7th July, in the actions of Futtehpore, Aoung, Pandoo Nuddee, and Cawnpore, and 
jts D. A. Adj. General to the force from 20th July 1857, in the actions of Oonao. Busscorutgunge (horse shot), Nawab- 
gunge, Boorbeeake Chowkee, Bithoor, Mungarwar, and Alumbagh, and relief of Lucknow on 25th Sept. — dangerously 
wounded by musket-ball through left elbow, nnd horse shot ; defence of the Residency until relieved by Lord Give 
on 17th Nov., on which day again severely wounded by a rifle-ball through left shoulder. Within a month joined the 
Jooupore Field Force under General Franks as D. A. Adi.Gcneral and was present at the actions of Nusrutpore, 
Cbanda, Umecrporc, and Sultanpore. Present with the 4th Division before Lucknow from 4th March till its fall, includ- 
ing the storming of tho Looser Emaumbarra and the Kaiserbagh. Served as D. A. Adj. General from 29th March with 
Lugard's Column, and present at the relief of Azimghur ; operations to 4th Juno (sabre cut on right hand) against 
the J ugdospore rebels, including the attack on that stronghold and eight minor skirmishes. As Q. A. General in the dis- 
turbed districts of Ghazeei>oro nnd Behar under Brigadier Douglas from 15th June to Nov. 1858, including the 
operations in the former district in July and August, and the campaign in Shnhabad in Oct. and November. Com- 
manded a detached body of 250 Mounted Riflemen and Cavalry in pursuit of the rebels after they evacuated 
Jugdesporo on 18th Oct., intercepted and turned them from the Soane river, and three times engaged and defeated 
them, once at Nonauee on 20th Oct., inflicting considerable slaughter. Commanded a Detachment of Hodson'8 
Horse with tho Army in Oudo under Lord Clydo, and present at the skirmish at Burgudeea, capture of Musjeedia, 
and final action on the Raptoe on 31st Dec. 1858. Served till tho conclusion of the campaign in command of the ist 
Regt. Hudson's Horse. Was repeatedly mentioned in despatches, has received the Victoria Cross, tho Brevets of Major 
and Lt.Colonel, a year's service for Lucknow, and Medal with two Clasps. Served in the New Zealand war of 1863 
and to the end of 1864 (Medal), and present at Rangariri, Patorangi, and Orakau ; commanded at the skirmish of 
Waiare, where the enemy's loss fell wholly on the Ngatimaniapoto tribe, tho originators of the war. 

88 Major General Tower served with the 6th Dragoons the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battle of 

Balaklava and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Two Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Commanded the 3rd Dragoon 

Guards during the Abyssinian campaign in 1868, and was present at tho assault and capture of Magdala (men- 

tjoned in despatches, CM. and Medal). 

** Major Genera/ Dillon scrred with the 08th Regiment in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9 (Medal); also with 



War Services of (he General O'lic-r*. 14 

the Finnic Companies a* the forcing of the Kohat Pass under Sir C )lin CampVll ml ivvf'lnr'rs Vnnfer in Feb" 
rnary 1850 (Medal with c;a«p); with the Rifle Brigade (2nd Bn trillion) in the Crimea subsequent tof:e f:ill old ?b?is- 
topol. from the iSth Mm oh 1856; was present with it uuring the whole of its service:* in ih» Held in India, from 
November 1S57 to December 1859, including the fictions at Cawnpore (dangerously wounded, two bavom»r and one 
■word wounds), siege and capture of Lucknow (Brevet of Major). Otide campaign of 185.-$ under Sir Hope Grant, 
and with Lt.rd Clyde in his Trans-Gogra operations, as Brigade Major to Brigadier Sir Al'Ycd Ilorstord, and sub- 



sequently as his j>rnifij«il StatT Officer r>n the Nepaul Fr .utier, in his advHii^e into N^pau), and during the- second 





Military Secretary to Lord Napier, und was present at tlio capture of Mugdala :mentioned in despatches, CB., 
Aide de Uamp to the Queen, Colonel, and Medal). 

■ w Mai»r General W. O. Cnmemn served in the Grenadier Guard* during the Eastern campaign of i3*4, including 
the battle uf Alum anil siege of Sevastopol as Assist-in it Engineer ri-.rht attack. Was* severely wounded «*n the 20th 
Oct'ibr-r while in command of the Volunteer Sharpshooter!* orthe 1st Division (Medal with two Clasps. Kniifhtof the 
I-'-2ri-"ti of Honor. 5th Class of the Medjidie. and Turkish Medal). Commanded the 3rd Regiment German Legion, 
with r:«rami-!«:«ui of Lt. Colonel, from May 1S55 to November i**f\ out of which time seven months in Turkey. 
C. tuts: rinded the m Battalion 4th King's Own Eegt. throughout the Abyssinian campaign and was present at 
the Miiti:i of Arogee uud capture of Magdala (mentioned in Lord Napier's despatches, as having "won his 
Jidnvrr.t.v-n by the manner in which he has commanded his excellent Regiment, and the soldierlike spirit which by 
;j:- t'-r.f-hlxie arid example he has so well fostered and maintained," Brevet of Colonel. CJi., and Medal). 

•*■• M:tj.:r General Trevor served with the 14th Hegt. iutheCrimcnn campaign from the loth Jan. 1S55, including 
h : -i«: ■■**; and fall of Seba<topol, and assault of the 'iSth .Tune (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and 
f:;rk.-h Medal«). Commanded tho anil Batt. :4th Regt. in the New Zealand war in 1864-66 ; was in command of 
1 m.xcd force of Imperial, Ci>lonial, and Native Troops in front of the Weroroa Pali, on which occasion 50 prisoners 
were ti'.-.mi and possession of the l'ah obtained. lie accompanied General Chute with a portion of 14th Regt. 
'■>!■•' i-'le-ii? the Wanganui and Tamnaki campaign of 1865 -<"•'■. includimr the assault of I'uMko, Otapawa, Wikoko, and 

iclnding 

ilal with 

against 

the tmuit.e>:rs i:i India, in .-"hiding the actions at Cawnporc (6th Dec. 1*57). Sernichat (mentioned in despatches), 
Khodagum. u'.i ShuznsaKnd, siege and fall of Lucknow and assault of the Martinicre. Banks' Bungalow, and 
IVcum's Ki'iP.-i: 'mentioned in despatch), attack on the Fort- of Kooyab, action at Allygunue. nud capture of 
Lartilly -Mi-.ia! with Cln*p. Brevet of Lt.Cnlonel.nud Cli.). Embarked tor the Gold Con.-t in command of the 
(.■"ad Hi-_'lilji3i-l-. r*. :md werved throughout the second phase of the Ashanti war, in 1874 Commanded the Kegi- 

■ ueiit uiit.l ordered up to the front from Mansu to the north siile of the Adausi Hills to take command of tho 
Vlvauri-d G-.iarl of the Army, tiow comp<>scd of the former Advanced Guard— viz.. Lonl GhTord'h Scout* and 
K-js*.»'1S He_-!fi.'.-tii— together with Head Quarters of Wood's Regiment. Ilo:"I (Quarters 2nd West India Regiment, 
■'.r.'l Ra.t's Art.llery. Commanded the force at tho capture and destruction of Adu'oias*ie, and capture of Borbo- 
r.i~>i«'; commanded the Left Attack at the battle of Amoaful ; commanded th-.» Advance! Gu;ird at the capture 
:ind destruction of n»cquah, tho Advanc-^l Guard enLMiirement of Jnrhmhah. and llits skiriu-shet and ambuscade 
■ff iir-* between .\>lwahin and the river Ordah. (/Ommeuced rhe attack at the battle of Onlahsu with ]iortious of 
Wj.<-I's :iiid Kussrll's Regiments, three com]»anies Rille Bri-ade. und a 7-poumh.T nin (.diirht contuseil wound of 
\\i:' haridi. Af'erwanls with the 4?ud, a ^un, and Rocket- l>et:.ehmeiit., fi.irced the position and preasinir tho 
fi. r ."tives w ith rlic Hitrh landers entered Coomassie the same evening and wa.s ap]»ointerl Comma n da ut of the place 
I- -vrral tijues meiitiouod in despatches, Kt'B., Medal with Clasp). 

*' Major (ieneral M. Walker served the Hasten 1 cut. ?»a i^n of r.^54 55 as Adjutant of the *nth Rcjrt.,inclndinir tho 
-■•♦lie* of Alma •w.-iunded) and lukerman, sieire of Sebastotui], and sortie on jt>th Oct. On tho ni^ht of tho aist 
Asiril he vo!untei'red and le<l a party which took ami destroyed a Russian Ritlo-pit, for which lie was meutioueil in 

• df«pat 'he>, an I pr>>moteil into the Buffs. On the ni«;ht of i,!h June h" was dangerously wounded in tho 
P -•*:.-!. •.•-— ri^ht nr:o amputated (Medal with three C-las]>s, Victoria Cross, 5th Class of the Medjidie. Turkish Medal, 

.1 Bruvft of M-ijorl. Served throughout the cmnpuiLrn of i"^o in China a-s Brigade Major of the 4th Brigade 
.".' <!.»' with two Crisps tor the Taku Forts ami Pckin. and Brevet of Lt.Coloneli. 

'• M-iior t^eue!-;*! Sarel served with the f>th Lancers during t lie Punjaub camptiiiru of 184S-49, iucluJinv the>>attles 

■ '\ l.anwuUuh and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Also throughout the Indian mutiny iii id^j-^y. was present 

■•• ti.- -it.rjr an 1 capture of Delhi, ciuumandnd the Cavalry of the foroe under General Nicholson at the action of 

.".;. 'Lir.-hTir, and a -'piadron nt the Moiree Bastion on 14th Sept., also at the battle of Boluudshuhur where he was 

.• v»;n".y wou'i-i.-'l wliil^t leaitinir a charire thromrh the town, jnv-ent at the actions of Allyghur, A'^ra. Kanoge, 

MiiM.l';::-.', »-TVi.d as Brigade Major of Cavalry at the a Hair at the AliiTiib:iirh, assault of the Secundra Bagh, and 

• ■ rid, •?■■:' L:i.-!;':ow by Lonl Clyde (Brevet of Major), battle ofCawnpore on 6th Dec., actions at Semi ghat and 

K\. -I.'ir.'un;_'i*. occupation of Futtehghur, j»a*.>ai:e of the G 00m tee under Outram, sieiro and captun? of Lucknow, the 

-■:air^«-rr:iii.;i;ii^': i:i (mdeand Boh ilcund, actions at Rooyii and Allyirungc, capture of Bareilly. relief of Shahabad, 

the rernif>.; of tin: attack on it and pursuit of Mohurndee : also with the Cavalry in Oude under*Sir Ho|)e Grant, and 

p.v«tft.'tat ihu wcenpationof Fyzabad ;commaiide<la Rej-iment of Irregular Cavalry during the latter jmrt of campaign 

p. Ou-ii*. and was proent with it at the passage of the Gosrra mid the Mihscipieut operations in the Terai (tianked 

by ihe Governor (•(•nenil in Council, anil fourteen time* mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). Acted on tho 

rtaffof Sir Hope Grant in China in 1860 (Brevet of Lt.Colonul. Mfdal with two Clasps for the Taku Forts and Pokin). 

'"" Major G«*nenil Feilden commanded the 1st Battalion ^Hith Ritles on the Red River expedition of 1870 {CMG.). 

*•• Major Oczicrul Harenc served with the 97th Regiment in the Indian campaigns in i°«7 5^, including the 
actions of Nusruti>orc, Chanda, Ummeerpore. and Snltanpore. siege and capture of Lucknow (mentioned in tho de- 
spatches or tho (Jovernor General of India, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

:rt Major General the Hon. R. Monck served with the jjrd Regiment in the Kaffir war in 1853 (Medal). 

107 Major General II. G. Woods served with the 97th Regiment in the Crimea from roth Nov. 1S54, and was 
present at the siege and fall of Seba»topol. and commanded the Grenadiers of the 07th with tho storming party of 
»he R«--Un on the oth Sept.— wounded (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
Meial). 

vm Major General C. F. T. Daniell served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Brigade Major in the 3rd Division, 
including the battles of Alma and Iukennin, siege and fall of Sehastopol. and attack of tho i&th June (Medal 
with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the U'giou of Honor, 5II1 Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal}. 

in Major General A. A. Nelson served as Sub Assistant Commissary General in sole charge of troops of Bomlmy 
Army throughout the operations in Candalnr and Afghanistan during ifcp -42 under Sir Win. Nott (Medal), and was 

in all the 

tgdnlluck 

on with 

. _ . .. .._ . „ i veil the 

thankM of the Governor General of India ami also of the Bombay Government for the manner in which the duties of 
Commissariat had been conducted. Served as Aide de Camp to Sir Thomas Valiant in the action of Maharajpore 
u'yth IX*c. 1^43, and had a horse shot under him (mentioned in despatches. Bronze Star). On the outbreak of the 
insurrection in Jamaica in 1865 he was appointed (being then Deputy Adjutant General) Brigadier General to 
command tho Troops in 8t. Thomas-in -the- Last. Received the thanks' of the (Jovernor and a vote, unanimously 
passed by the Jamaica House of Assembly, of 200 guineas for a testimonial in recognition of his services. 

"i Major General E. 8. Buxnaby served in the Eastern campaign from Nov. 18^4 up to j8th July \£«>s, VtwtVa.\vtv« 
the battle of Inkermah and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet oCMaSor, ?\u\ CWa oI\.WNV«^vX\^» 
and Turkish Medal). 

1,1 Major General W. RoberU Benred with the 28th Regiment throughout the Eastern c\vmva\vTi ot \^s^-So ,VwtVa^i»* 




15 War Services of the General Officers. 

the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and Aril of Sebastopol, and affair in the Cemetery on the z8th June (Medal 
with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 
Commanded a Detachment of 500 men of the 96th Regt. against the Wagners with the Okamundel Field Force m 
1859, including the assault on the Kort of Beyt on the 6th Oct.* and siege and occupation of Dwarka ; commanded 
the reconnaissance on Dwarka from Lt. Colonel Donovan's Force, consisting of a field-pieces and 150 men, on the 
96th October, 1859. 

114 Major General W. Rickman served with the 77th Regiment in the Crimea from Nov. 1854, including the siege of 
Sebastopol and sortie of 22nd March (twice mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Knight 
of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

ije Major General G. D. Pitt in 1859 raised, organized and trained the Victorian Volunteer Force— for this service he 
received the thanks of Her Majesty s Government. On the renewal of the war in New Zealand in 1863 he was, on the 
recommendation of Lt. General Sir Duncan Cameron, commissioned by the Colonial Government to raise Local 
Corps to aid the troops, and in a very short time succeeded in raising upwards of 2,000 men — for this service he was 
promoted to an Unattached Majority. In Dec. 1863 he was appointed Assistant Military- Secretary to Sir Duncan 
Cameron, and served in the Waikato campaign of 1863-64, including the attacks on Orakau and the Gate Pah : also 
in the Wanganui campaign of 1864-65, including the actions of Nukumaru and Kakaraniia (mentioned in despatches, 
Brevet of Lt. Colonel). On the departure of Sir Duncan Cameron he was appointed Assistant Military Secretary to 
Major General Chute, and served throughout the Wanganui and Taranaki campaign of 1865 66, including the 
assaults on Okotuku, Putaki, Otapawa, and Waikoto, and the march through the Taranaki forest (mentioned in 
despatches. CB. t and Medal). 

l *» Major General G. N. Boldero served with the 21st Fusiliers in the Eastern campaign of 1854 and up to 27th 
April 1855, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman (severely wounded in left urxn) and siege of Sebastopol 
(Medal with throe Clasps, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Clara of the Medjidie). 

118 Major General John Peel served with the 34th Regt. in the Crimea from Feb. 1855, including the siege and 
fall of Sebastopol and capture of the Quarries — severely wounded (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 5th Class 
of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

lw Major General L. 15. Knight served with the 17th Lancers in the Central Indian campaign in 1858-59, including 
the action of Burode (Medal). 

1*0 Major General William Earle served with the 49th Regiment throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, 
including tbe battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege of Sobastopol, sortie of 26th Oct , and assault of the Redan on 
1 8th June (Medal with three Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

111 Major General P. Robertson-Ross served as an Ensign in the Cape Mounted Rifles during the Kaffir war of 1850-51 
(Medal), was appointed to the local rank of Captain when in command of a corps of Irregular Cavalry called 
" Armstrong's Horse ; " in which capacity he was engaged in many successful affairs against the enemy, including 
the action against Seyola's tril>e, 16th April 1851, where he had his horse killed under him ; and more particularly st 
the combined attack on the Amutolas 28th June 1851, when he commanded a detached body of Cavalry ; was six 
times thanked in General orders, and three times specially mentioned in the despatches of the Commander in Chief, 
and promoted to a Lieutenancy in the 4th Regiment. Served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 ^ith the 
4th Regt., including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol ; specially mentioned in the 
despatches of Lord Raglan for having, when in command of a detachment of the 4th Regt. in the advanced trench 
before Sebastopol, repulsed two attacks of the Russians on the night of the 22nd Nov. 1854 : and again thanked in 
Lord Raglan's despatch for his conduct at the attack and occupation of the Cemetery, on which occasion he wss 
Aide de Camp to Sir William Eyre (Medal with throe Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th 
Class of the Medjidie. and Turkish Medal). 

1M Major General G. S. Young served the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46 with the 80th Regt., including the battles of 
Moodkee, Ferozeshah, and Sobraon — wounded (Medal and two Clasps) . Served in the Indian campaign in 1858-59 ; 
commanded the Read Quarter Wing of the 80th Regt. with a column in Oude at the capture of the Fort of Simree, 
at Beera and Doondeakeira (Brevet of Major, Medal). 

im Major General Henning served with the 88th Regiment in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle 
of Alma, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and attack of the Redan on the 8th Sept. (Medal with two Clasps, and Turkish 
Medal). Served in suppression of the Indian mutiny in 1857-59, including the actions before Cawnpore on the 26th 
37th and 29th Nov. and subsequent operations to 6th Dec. 1857, affair at Bhognapore on 4th February, siege of 
Lucknow in March 1858, siege and fall of Calpee (Medal with Clasp for Central India). Commanded the 26th 
Cameronians in the Abyssinian campaign in 1868 (mentioned in despatches. Medal). 

lsff Major General Morant served with the 68th Light Infantry the Eastern campaign to the 8th Nov. 1854, including 
the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (fracture of right arm in the Trenches). Served as Aide 
de Gamp to Brigadier General 8hirley from xoth Sept. 1855 (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal) . Served 
in the Now Zealand war in 1864-66 ; commanded the 68th from 8th Jan. to 16th March 1864 ; commanded the Drnry 
Military District from 8th April 1864 to 13th Jan. 1865 ; was in command of four Companies of the 68th during the 
operations on the West Coast in 1865 and 1866, including the action at Kakamarea, and commanded a Column of 200 
men in a skirmish near Whareroa ; commanded a field force at Mataitawa near New Plymouth in Jan. 1866, which 
co-operated in the donse forest inland of Mount Egmont in support of Major General Chute's Field Force (Medal). 
Appointed Aide de Camp to the Queen, 12th November 1870. 

J*? Major General Blytn served with the 40th Regiment in New Zealand during the war in 1863-65, and was present st 
the battle of Rangariri, the action of Wairoa, and commanded 300 men at the assault and capture of Orakau (men- 
tioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, and Medal). 

1X8 Major Goneral J. H. Dunne served with the 21st Fusiliers the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles 
of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, niege of Sebastopol, and attack on the Redan on the 18th Juue (Medal with 
four Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served with the 99th Regiment in the campaign of 
i860 in the north of China, including the action of Sinho, taking of Tangku, assault and capture of the inner North 
Taku Fort, actions of the Chang-kin- wan and Paliatchow, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

190 Major General T. C. Lyons served in the 20th Regiment in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, and com- 
manded the selected marksmen of the Regiment in the actions of Chanda, Umeerpore, Snltanpore, and Fort of 
Dhowraha. whence he assisted in bringing away two guns under a heavy fire ; was present at the siege and 
capture of Lucknow, the subsequent operations in Oude and affair of Mohan, and commanded four Companies 
at Morar Mow and Beerah, Fort of Simree, and action of Buxar Ghat ; served as Brigade Major to the 2nd 
Brigade Oude Force, and was present at the capture of Fort Oohmrea (three times mentioned in despatches, Medal 
with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). 

1,1 Major General R. Gipps served the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles of Alma (boyonet wound 
of hand), Balaklava, and Inkerman (severely wounded, shot through neck), siege of Sebastopol and sortie on the 
26th Oct. (Medal with four Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and 
Turkish Medal. 

ltt Major General A. J. H. Elliot served five years in India, the last two on Lord Hardingc's staff, prior to 
entering the Royal Army, and was present with his regiment, the 8th Bengal Cavalry, at the battle of Punniar 
(Bronze Star) ; also in the Sutlej campaign, including the battle of Feroseshah (Medal). Served in the Crimean 
campaign from Oct. 1854 to ist April 1855 as Aide de Camp to General Scarlett, including the battle of Balaklava 
(severely wounded) and. siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 
and Turkish Medal). 

m Major General R. A. Logan served with the 57th Regiment in the Crimea subsequent to the fkll of Sebastopol 
from Nov. 1855 to the end of the campaign. Commanded the 57th Regiment in New Zealand to the end of the war 
in 1861 (thanked in general orders and named in despatches). Commanded four Companies of the 57th, being the main 
body, which rushed and took the enemy's redoubt at the Katikara river on 4th June 1861 (mentioned in despatches, 
Medal, and CB.). 

1M Major General H. Rowlands served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 41st Regiment, including 

the battles of Alma and Inkerman (severely wounded), siege and fall of Sebastojtol, sortie of 26th October, 

attack of the Quarries on 7th June and twice on the Rifle-nit*, attacks of the Redan on the 18th Juno and 8th 

September— wouuded (Medal with three Clasps, Victoria Cross. Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 

s*h Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 



War Services of the: General Officers. '6-39 

*• -Major General J. Nason ■erred with the 49th Repiment in the Crimea from the 18th May 1855, inducting the 
lag* *nd fall of Sebastopol, the assault on the Quarries (mentioned in despatches, and Brevet of Major), and of 
he Redan on the 18th June and 8th September (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

m Bit Henry Evelyn Wood entered the Navy in April 1852, and eerved in the Naval Brigade as Aide de Camp to 
Saptain Peel from istOct. i8s4 to 18 June 1855, when he was severely wounded carrying up scaling-ladders to the 
tedan : mentioned in Lord Raglan's despatches (Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th 
'lass of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal) . Served in the Indian campaign of 1858 as Brigade Major in Somerset's 
trigade.and was present at Raighur, Sindwaho (mentioned in General Michel's despatch), Kharee, and Barode 
-mentioned in despatches (Medal). Employed in 1859-60, while commanding 1st Regiment Beatson's Horse, 
a hunting down rebels in the Serongc Jungles; thanked by the Government of India for an attack made on a 
and in Dev. 1850. and gazetted to the Victoria Cross. Raised the and Regiment Central India Horse. Accom- 
anied Sir Garnet Wolseley to the Gold Coast in September 1873 on special service, and served throughout the 
tshanti wax of 1873-74. Organized the natives forming " Wood's Regiment." Commanded the attacking force 
t the action of Essaman (received the expression of Her Majesty's approbation). Commanded the troops at the 
ead of the road following the enemy from Mansu to the river Prah prior to the arrival of the European troops, 
lduding the reconnaissance in force of the 37th November. Commanded the Right Column at the battle of 
unnafnl (slightly wounded); and commanded the Head Quarters of his regiment at the battle of Ordahsn and 
apfcure of Coomassie (several times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, CB., Medal with Clasp). Berved 
hroughout the Gaika war of 1878 in command of a column (several times mentioned in despatches). Berved 
nroughoot the Zulu war of 1879 in command of No. 4 Column. As Political Agent raised a contingent of i»ooo 
friendly Zulus, known as " Wood's Irregulars." Two days after the British reverse at Isanhlwana ne surprised 
tad defatted a force of several thousands of the enemy and then maintained an advanced position in the enemy's 
roan t ry for which he w as specially commended by the High Commissioner. Nominated KCB. Defeated the 
Solus in the action of Kambula on the 39th March. Appointed Brigadier General in April. Led the advance on 
Tlundi with a flying column, and was present in the engagement there on the 4th July (mentioned in despatches, 
iedal with Clasp). 

lX! Major General H. F. Williams served with the xst Battalion 60th Rifles during the second siege operations at 
fooltan, including the siege and storm of the town, and capture of the citadel ; was afterwards, present at the 
■attle of Goojerat, the pursuit of the Sikh Army, and the expulsion of the Affghans beyond the KhybeT Pass 
Medal with two Clasps) . Also present during the operations in the Euzofzye Country, and capture of the insur- 
ant villages on the nth and 14th Dec. 1849 (Medal with Clasp). Served in the campaign of 1857 against the muti- 
neers in India, including the actions on the Hindun of the 30th and 31st May, battle of Budlee ke Serai and taking 
I the Heights before Delhi on 8th June, subsequent siege operations to x6th August— severe gun*shot wound and 
A ttujgh-bone broken on 19th June (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

u* Major General B. Hannan served in the 34th Regt. in the Crimea, from 9th Dec. 1854 to nth July 1855, 
Deluding the siege of Sebastopol, capture of the Rifle Pits on 19th April, and commanded the Grenadiers of the 
4th Regt. at the assault of the Kedan on the 18th June, when he received seven severe wounds (Medal with Clasp, 
(revet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaign 0^1857-58. including 
Hairs of 26 th, 37th and 38th November, with the Gwalior Contingent at Cawnpore, siege and capture oiLucknow, 
ad other minor affairs in Oude (Medal with Clasp). 



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J l.i. Ml ■*!>.. C,i. II- y:,: (■.-, .:,.■,,, - 
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Win. Jehu WilliitTii-. (71 (V. J( Art. . 
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Arthur Lyttellon Anne 

hp.11 Hiia.;^.(u™/( 

Junes Keith Fraaer, LI _ 

Henry K. Ciiies. (./. Cut. Gron, Gils. 
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Thomas Eaw. Vander Gucht, Lt.Col.') 

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Brooke Rynd Chambers, if. Col. Ben. S. C. 
James Vere Hunt, CB. Lt.Col. Ben. S. C. 
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War Services of the Colonels. 



I Colonel P. A- Campbell served with the R.M. Battalion ou the north coast of Spain. Served with the combined 
force before the town of Sebastopol during the siege in 1854-55 ; was on tho expedition to and occupation of Kertch, 
and advance to Yenikali ; commanded the 1st Battalion of the R.M. Brigade serving in the Crimea, until the fall 
of Sebastopol, also with expedition to and surrender of Kinbourn (Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Mcdjidie, and 
Turkish Medal). 

* Colonel Gleig servod in the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with 
Olasp, and Turkish Medal). 

* Colonel W. A. G. Wright served on tho Coast of Syria in 1840 (Medal). 

6 Colonel Drury Lowe servod with the 17th Lancers in tho Crimea from xSth June 1855, including the battle of 
the Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Also the Indian campaign 
of 1858-50, including pursuit of rebel forces under Tantia Topee, and the action of Zeerapore (Medal with Clasp for 
Central India). Commanded tho 17th Lancers and the Cavalry of the 2nd Division in the Zulu war of 1879, and 
was present in the engagement at Ulundi— wounded {CB., Medal with Clasp). 

8 Colonel Thomson was on board tho Transport Sarah Sand* with the Head Quarters of the 54 th Regiment on. 
passage to India when that vessel was partially destroyed by fire at sea on the nth November 1857. The conduct 
of the Regiment on this occasion was the subject of a General order from the Horse Guards. Served during the 
Indian mutiny, including Lord Clyde's Campaign in Oude in 1858-59 (Medal). 

10 Colonel Osborne served with a party of volunteers attached to the Scinde Camel Corps during Sir Charles 
Napier's campaign of 1845 against the mountain and desert tribes on the right bank of the Indus. Served on the 
Head Quarters Staff of tho Azimghur Field Force during the campaign of 1858 in the N.W. Provinces of India, and 
was present at tho action of 6th April before Azimghur and in the intrenchment of that placo from 6th to 14th 
April, when besieged by Koer Sing's Force. Also at the assault of Jugdespore, actions at Jclowra nth and 
29th May, Metahi 24th May, and skirmishes in tho Jugdespore Jungles (mentioned in despatches, Medal, and 
Brevet of Major). Commanded ist Battalion 6th Regiment during the Hazara campaign of 1868, including the 
expedition against tho Black Mountain tribes on the Punjaub Frontier (mentioned in despatches, Medal with 
Clasp, and CB.). 

' " Colonel J. Hackett served as D.A.Q.M. General at Head Quarters during the Crimean war, including tho affairs 
of Bulganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, and battles of Alma, Inkerman, and Balakhtva, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal 
with four Clasps, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served with the 
44th Regiment in tho campaign of i860 in the north of China, including tho action of Sinho, assault and canture of 
tho Taku Forts (Medal with ClaBp). 

14 Colonel Cobbc served as a Volunteer with tho Field Force throughout the siege and capture of Delhi in 1857 
(Medal with Clasp). 

18 Colonel Laurie served with the 4th Regiment in the Crimean campaign from the 8th November 1854 until the 
evacuation of the Crimea, and was present at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, including the repulse of the two 
sorties on the advancod trenchos in front of tho Ovens on the 22nd and 23rd November (mentioned in despatches), 
attacks on tho Barrack Battery on the 18th June and on tho Rodan on the 8th Soptcmhor 1855 ; ho was wounded in 
December 1854, and again in March 1855 (Medal with Clasp, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served 
in India during the mutiny, and was Staff Officer of a Field Force in tho Re wan Kantee district in i860. 

19 Colonel R. T. Glvn served with the 82nd Regiment in tho Crimea from 2nd Sept. 1855 (Medal with Clasp for 
Sebastopol. and Turkish Medal). Served with the 24th Regiment during tho Indian Mutiny of 1857-58 (Medal)' 
Served in tne Kafir war of 1877-78, first in command of the Eastern frontier, and afterwards in command of the 
forces in the Transkoi, being present in the engagement at Newmarke (sevoral times mentioned in despatches, 
CB.). Served in tho Zulu war of 1879, first in command of No. 3 Column, being present at the attack on Sirayo's 
Krantz and the operations at Matyani's stronghold, and subsequently, as Colonel on the Staff, as Commander of 
the Forces in the Transkei. Ac. Afterwards in command of the Infantry Brigade, and Division, being present in 
tho engagement at Ulundi (mentioned in despatches, CMO. t Medal with Clasp). 

II Colonel F. B. Applcyard served with tho 80th Regiment in the Burmese war of 185a (Medal with Clasp for 
Pegu), and was present at the capture of Martaban, operations before Rangoon on the xath, 13th, and 14th April, 
and capture of the great Dagon Pagoda with the storming party; also at the capture of Prome. Served the) 
Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the Royal Fusiliers, and was present at the battles of Alma (wounded) and 
Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol, including sorties on 5th April and oth May, defence of the Quarries 7th June, 
and assault on the Redan 18th June — wounded (Medal with Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of 
Honor, 5th Class of tho Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

** Colonel G. H. Page served in the 58th Regt. in New Zealand (Medal), and was present at the storming of Kawiti'0 
Pah nth Jan. 1846, and he defeated the Natives in a night attack on his post on the River Hutt, 16th May following. 
Present at the skirmish at Taitai 16th June, commanded a Detachment at tho capture of the Chief Te Rauperaha and 
at the skirmish in Horokiwi Valley ; present at the attack and repulso of the enemy on tho settlements and stockades 
of Wanganui 19th May ; and in the action of the 19th July 1847 he directed a charge which repulsed the enemy - 
Served with the 41st Regt. in the Crimea, subsequently to the fall of Sebastopol, from the 6th Dec. 1855, until the 
withdrawal of the Army. 

** Colonel G. E. Baynos served with the 8th Regt. at the siege of Delhi in 1857, including repulse of sorties on the> 
9th 14th 1 8th and 23rd July, and commanded tho storming party of the 2nd Column of attack at the assault of the- 
city (Brevet of Major, Modal with Clasp) . 

** Colonel J. T. Daly ell served the Eastern campaign of 1854 and the early part of 1855 with the atst Fusiliers,, 
including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, ana siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, 
5th Class of the Medjidie and Turkish Medal). 

** Colonel W. Cooper served with the 18th Royal Irish throughout the campaign of 1853-53 in Burmah, including' 

the capture of Rangoon, capture of Prome, and other minor affairs (Medal with Clasp for Pegu). Served as- 

Assistant Quarter Master General to the expeditionary force on the Eusufzai Frontier under Sir S. Cotton in 1858, 

and in the same capacity with the expeditionary force in the Wuzeeri country under Brigadier General Chamber- 

Jain In Deo. i8jp (Medal with Clasp) . 



War Services of the Colonels. 53 

* Colonel Colvile served during tho Indian mutiny campaign of 1857-59, and was present at the capture of 
irwee, and coinra mded three Companies 43rd Light Infantry at the subsequent operations inBundlecund, Central 
dla, under Brigadier Carpenter (mentioned in despatches, Medal;. Served in the New Zealand war in 1864-65, 
id was present at the engagements of Makctu ana Te Rangi, and at various operations in Taranaka. Vory 
verely wounded on tho 22nd Oct 1865 — right thigh-bone fractured (frequently mentioned in despatches and 
tanked in General orders, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, CB. and Medal.) 

*■ Sir John M'Neill served during tho campaign of 1857-58 in India as Aide de Camp to Sir Kdward Lugard 
iring the Mcge and capture of Lucknow, engagement at Jauupore, relief of Azimghur, and various operations at 
ig-lcajiorc (Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). In 1861 proceeded with Sir Duncan Cameron to New Zealand 
his Aide tie Camp and served there until 1865 ; present at the engagement* on the Katikara river, the Kocroa, Ran- 
.nri, the Gate Pah, and various other encounters with tho natives (Brevet of Lt. Colonel, and was awarded the 
ctoritt Cross *' for valour and presence of mind " in saving the life of Private Vosper— Medal). Commanded the 
pperary Flying Column during the Fenian disturbance* in the winter of 1866-67, and was thanked by Lord 
rathnairn in General orders for services rendered on that occasion. Served on the Staff of tho Red River 
spedition from Canada under Sir Garnet Wolscley in 1870 ■ Clft?.). Served as Colonel on tho Staff and Second in 
•inmand of the Ashanti expedition under Sir Garnet Wolseley in 1S73 till very severely wounded on the 13th 
rtnber in the attack of the village of Ks*ainan (mentioned in despatches. CB., and Mcda 1 ). Appointed Aide de 
imp to H.R. ti. the Commander in Chief in January 1874, and Equerry to the Queen on the nth August following. 
*• Colonel Bowles served with tho 6jrd Regiment throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the 
kttle* of Alm'i, Balaklava. and Inkennmi ; siege assaults and fall of Soli istopol, expedition to Kurtch, bombard- 
eat aud c.ipture of Kinhourn (Medal with four Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 
n Colonel Rose served the Kastcru campaign of 1854 with the 30th Retft , including the battles of Alma and In- 
i-rman (severely wounded », siege of Sebastopol and sortie of j6th Oct. (Modal with three Clasps, Brcvotof Major, 
h Chi** of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

u Colonel E. Chippindall served with tho 32nd Regiment during tho latter part of tho siego operations before 
oolt-in, and was present at the surrender of that fortress; also at the surrender of the Fort and garrison of 
jenrote, and at the battle of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Served throughout the Kastcru campaign of 
54-55 with the 19th Regiment, iuelu liu,' the affair of Bnlirunak, battles of Alma and lnkermaa, in tho Tronchea 
inng the wli-A- of the .^lege operations before Sobastop:>l, assaults of the Redan on tho idl-h June and 8th Scptem- 
t— wounded (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honour, 5th Class of the 
edjidie, aud Turkish Medal). Commanded 1st Battalion 10th Regiment in the Huara campaign of 1868, 
eluding the expedition against the tribes on tho Black Mountain (mentioned in Despatches, CB., Medal 
ith Clasp). 

*» Sir Charles Knight Pearson served as Adjutant of tho 31st Regt in the Crimea from 3rd Sept. 1855, including the 
egw and fall of Sebastopol and attack of the 8th Sept. (Medal' with Clasp, and Turkish Medal.) Served in the 
ilu war of 1679 in command of No. 1 Column, a force of all arms, which invaded Zululaud by tho pn**age of the 
>w«jr Tugela. On the 22nd January he defeated in tho action of Tnyezanc a Zulu force which in superior numbers 
1 1 ttken'up position to overwhelm him at a formidable piss called Mnjia's Hill. He then advanced and formed 
.ef.irtided i»st of Kkowe and held it while invested by tho enemy for two mouths, alter which the place was 
lieved by Lord Chelmsford (A'C'.lfY?., Medal with Clasp). 

*» Colonel A. A. P. Browne >*crvod in Rajpootana during tho rebellion from May 1857 to October 1858 ; was present 
. tho siege and c ipture of the fortified town of Nunbh-tira, commanded tho Flank Companies of the 12th Bombay 
ativo Infantry, a'id was also Line Ailjutant at the defence of Xeomuch. Present at the siege and capture of Kotah , 
tfedal with Clasp). 

15 Sir George Greaves served at Peshawur durinir the Indian mutiny in 1H57-5S. Served as Deputy Assistant 
djafctnt General in tho Eusofzye expedition of 1358 under Sir Sydney Cotton (mentioned in despatches, Medal 
ith Clasp). Served in the war in New Zealand as D.A. Quarter" Master General from Junuiry ii:'u to January 
i^. Surveyed tho Waikato River under circumstances of great difficulty and danger, and piloted up it tho guu- 
r>*ti* Acoh and Pioneer. Was present at nearly the whole of the engagements, anil was repeatedly mentioned in 
sspa&ches — mentioned as being "always conspicuous for energy and daring" (Urevcts of Major and Lt. Colonel, 
ad Modal'. Served as Chief of the Stuff of the Ashanti Expedition of 1873-74, and wa* present at. the battle of 
.moaful, battle of Ordahsn and capture of Coomassio, including the minor engagements on the road. Mentioned 
\ d'wpatchcs by Sir Garnet Wolseley in tho following terms:—** Colonel Greaves assumed tho duties of Chiof of 
lie Staff* on the 17th December. His great knowledge of the army, his experience as a Staff Officer, the zeal and 
bility he brings to bear upon his work mark him out as eminently qnalitied for the post ho occupied. Ho has 
endered the most valuable assistance " (Medal with Clasp, and CB.). 

** Colonel Hawcs served tho Sutlej campaign of 18*5-46 with the 9th Regiment, including the battles of 
to ulkee, Feroaseshih, ami Sobraou (Medal and two Clasps). Also in th..* Crimea from the 27th Nov! 1854, including 
•e 4iege and fall of Sebastopol, and assault on the batteries on the i3th June (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 
*.h Class or the Medjidie. and Turkish Medal). 

s; ColonelJ. I. Mncdonell landed in the Crimea in January 1855, and porvod with tho 71st Highlanders in tho 
Tnenches at the sieire of Sobastopol, and took part in the expedition to Kertch and Yen i kali (Medal with Clasp, 
md Turkish Medal). Servod with tho Central India Field Force under Sir Hugh Rose during the summer of 
1&5S. and was present at the actions of Koonch and Muttra, battle of Golowlce and capture of Calpcc, action of 
Morar and subsequent operations terminating in tho taking of Gwalior (Medal with Clasp). Served with tho 
EosoStai Field Force under Sir Neville Chamberlain throughout the campaign of 1863 against the Bonoyrsand 
other Afghan tribes on th-j North- West Frontier of India, including the forcing of tho Qmbeylah Pass, numerous 
Outpost attacks, storm and recapture of tho Craig Piquet, and final engagements resulting in the total defeat of 



lUeatfembled hill tribes (India Medal with Clasp for Umboyli). 
*' Colonel John Davis nerved with tho 35th R-'gh 



.'giincnt in the Shahabad district during the Indian mutiny cam- 
l'tiro in 1858-59 'Medal). 

" Colonel Henry Kent served the Enstern campaign of 1354 and np to 26th March 1855 with tho 77th Regiment,. 
•achi'Ling the battles of Alma aud lukcrman, and biege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, 5th Class of the 
Uedjldie, and Turkish Medal). 

t ** Colonel Bollairs was present with the Second Division throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-56, from 
Uie landing in Turkey to the evacuation of the Crimea, including the battles of Alma (as Adjutant of the 49th Regt.) 
**1 Inkcrman (where he led into action a Detached Wing of the 49th Regt.), siege and fall of Sebastopol, affair of 
tj« rith October, attack of the Quarries on 7th June, and of the Redan on tho i8ih June ami 8th September (men- 
koaed in despatches "for distinguished conduct '). A])pointed Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General in 
"«- 1^54, aud AsMstant Quarter Master General to the 2nd Division at tho close of the campaign (Medal with 
«*»• Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of tho Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal) . Servod 
** ltepaty Adjutant and Quarter Master General throughout the Katlr wnr of 1877-78. Commanded the combined 
^nos* ou the Eastern Frontier from December to March during the Gaika rebellion (several times mentioned in 
^patches. CB., mentioned by General Sir A. Cunynghame for "great intelligence in the distribution of hia 
.i'l"*")* Served throughout the Zulu campaign of 1879 as Deputy Adjutant and Quarter Master General, and 

fement at Ulundi (mentioned in 
lovcrnor Sir Bartle Frore for 
under circumstances of no 




. . —„«.„.. WMf «.„«. v . .. . » W w«.bw ■n.w.v. <» Orderly Officer to Brigadier Pattlo commanding the Cavalry Brigade 

uinm; the campaign of i860 in China, and was present at the affairs of tho 12th August, 18th and . 1st Sept. and 

c ^Ure of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

, ' wlonel Hunter served in the 47th Regiment throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including tho battles 
■Alms and lnkerman, capture of Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol, sortie of 26th Oct., and storming of tho 

u^ I 1 ?!**— wounded (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of tho Legion of Honor, 5th Class of tho 

A 1 ?** and Toriri**! Modal). 
Colonel Bagot was in command of the Huntingdon Field Force to repel an incursion, ot TcTUKnamX^^WMAak 
™ **7 1870. Eighteen hours after he lea Montreal he foil upon thorn, strongly cirtrencAuiOl «& Ttomv. ^Lvs«t, we*A 

d 1 



54 War Services of the Colonel*. 

drove them across the frontier line, throwing away arms, accoutrements, clothing, Ac. Lt.Gencral i-he Hon. Janes 
Lindsay conveyed his approbation of these oi>erntions iu the following terms,—*' The Lt.Gencral recognizes that 
to your vigorous movements are tluo the speedy cleuriug of the Border and the return or a feeling of security to the 
inhabitants of the district." 

*' Colonel Andrew Nugent served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the Scots Greys, including the 
battles of Balaklava, Inkermau, und Tchcrnaya, t-iege and lull of Sobasto]>ol (Medal with three Clasps, and 
Turkish Medal). 

w Colonel F. F. Hamilton served with the 4th Regiment throughout the Eastern campaign in 1S54-55, including 
the battle. 1 * of Alma 'wounded) and inkerman, nnd the whole of the siege operations before Seba.stopol until its 
fall (Medal with three Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, ami 5th (Mas* of the Medjiriie). 

* J Colonel Briee served with the 17th Regiment in the Crimea from the 1st January 1S55, including the siege and 
fall of Sebantopol, assaults of the Redan on the i&tli June and 8th September, also at the bombardment and sur- 
render of Kinbourn (Medal with Clasp, brevet of Majnr, 5th Class of the Medjirtie, and Turkish Medal). 

** Cnl-.nol G. K. (\ Hmy served in the Abyssinian campaign in 1S68 as Assistant Adjutant General of the 2nd 
Division (mentioned iu Despatches, Brevet of Lt Colonel, and Medal). 

°* Colonel F. Hardy served a* Orderly Officer to Brigadier Russell at the second relief of Lucknow.at the Alum- 
bagh. and at the s:tue and capture of Lucknow ; also present with the 84th Regiment at the relief of Azimghur and 
pursuit of K'»r r riair (mentioned iu despatches. Medal with two Clasps). 

** Colonel H-ni.W.H. Herbert nerved with the 4c th Regiment in the Crimea from the 31st July 1S55, including 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

s: Colonel Hon. B. M. Ward served the Eastern campaign of 1854 and up to the 3rd May 1855 with the 47th 
Regiment, including the battle of lukennan, siege of Schastopol, and sortie of 26th October (Medal with two 
Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals). 

M Colonel Fiver served as a volunteer with the 75th Regiment at the action of Bndlee-ke-Seria on 8th June 1857 
and in all the subservient affairs iu which that Regiment was engaged during the siege of Delhi. Commanded 
the '* Stables " Piquet at the capture of four o-pounders at "Ludlow Castle," on the 12th Auirust; was severely 
wounded near the Burn Bastion on the afternoon of the assault of Delhi (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Major, Medal with Clasp). 

*■ Colonels. A. Madden served with the 51st Light Infantry throughout the Burmese war of 1852-53, was on 
board the E. I. C. steam- sloop Se*oatrin during the naval action and destruction of the enemy's stockades on the 
Rangoon river ; berved during the succeeding three days' operations in the vicinity (including the storming of 
the \\ bite Hoii&e Redoubt), und at the storm and capture of Rangoon ; also at the assault and rapture of Bassein 

yith May, and repulse of the ni^ht attack on Tronic 8th Dec. 1S52 (Medal with Clasp for l'egu). Also in the 
mbeylu expedition in 1S63. Commanded the Regiment in tho Jowaki campaign in 1877 (mentioned in despatches, 
Medal with Clasp). Also cemmauded the 51st Regiment throughout the Afghan war of 1878-9, including the 
taking of Ali Musjid (mentioned in despatches, CB., and Medal with Clasp.'. 

00 Colonel R. C. Stewart served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, was present at the storm and capture of 
Meanguuge, and served as D. A. A. General t<> Sir Edward Lugard's Division — at the siege and capture of Lucknow 
in March iri^S -severely wounded and horse wounded in three places (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, 
Medal with Clasp). ! 

61 Colonel H. E. T. Williams served in the Burmese war from January 1852 (Medal with Clasp for Pegu). Served | 
also in the Indian mutiny campaign iu 1858 59 as Adjutant of the 3rd Madras European Regiment at the battle \ 
of Bandu. and as Acting Assistant Adjutant General to the Suugor Field Division iu the action of Puuwarree— j 
mentioned iu despatch (Medal with L lasp for Central Tndia). |- 

6t Colonel Hon. S. Mostyn served with the 23rd Fusiliers in the Crimea in 1855, including the Hegoof Sebastopol | 
and attack of the Redan oil the i3th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian mutiny ! 
camiMiign of 1657-58, including the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, defeat of the Gwalior Contingent at Cawn* { 
pore, siege and capture of Lucknow, and operations across the Goomtec, Trans-Gogra campaign when tho rebela ;-. 
were driven into N» piml (Medal with two Clasps). Embarked for the Gobi Coast in command of the 2nd Battalion 
33rd Fusiliers, ami commanded the Head (Quarters throughout the second phase of the Ashanti war, in 1874, 
including the ettptuiv of R>>rhorussie. battle of Amoaful, capture and destruction of Bccqua, battle of Ordahso, 
ainl capture of Coomassio (>cveml times mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with Clasp). 

c * 1 nli uel Sprot served with the Force under General Woodburn in the affair at Aurungabad in 1857 (Medal); 
afterwavds served as anting Executive Engineer of the Raj poo tan a Field Force and received the commendation of 
General Roberts commanding, and of the Bombay Government, lor his "great energy and ability" in the con* 
struct ion 01 barracks for the European troops at Nccmnch. 

6i Colonel Hun. E. G. Curzon served in India during the Mutiny in 1857-5S (Medal). 

w rolonel J. Miiler served with the 10th Regt. in the Sutlej campaign in 1846. and was present at the battle of 
Sobraon (Medal). Served with the 3rd Dragoon Guards in the Indian Mutiny campaign of i3^8 59, and took part 
in the pursuit of Tantia Topee. Served with the 3rd Drag-ion Guards in the Ahy&sir.iau campaign, and com-* 
manuetl Cavalry outposts on the Hashilo river during the storming and capture of Magdula (mentioned, in de- 
spatches. Brevet of Lt. Colonel, and Medal). 

c; Colonel Wiseman-Clarke served with the 93rd Highlanders the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including th0 
battles of Alma and Balaklava, biege and fall of Sebast->pol, capture of Kertch and Yeuikale (Medal with thre^ 
Clasps, HTid Turkish Medal). Also the Indian campaign of 1857-59, including relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde^ 
battle of Caw n pore on 6th Dec, pursuit of the enemy and capture of their guns at Seruighat. action at Kalleew 
Nnddie; taking of Futtehghur, expedition to Mhow under Brigadier Hope, siege and capture of Lucknow (men* 
tioned in Sir K.Lugard'bdcspatclu^ 1, and sub80<iuent affairs ending in tho cuiiituro of Bareilly (Medal with two Clatpb), 

•"" Colonel Middleton served with the 58th Regt. at the assault and capture of Kawiti's I'ah, also during 1846-42 
in the southern part of New Zealand, including the repulse of the attack on Wangunui (mentioned in despatch) and 
subsequent affair* there (Medal). Served as a Volunteer during the Sauthnl rebellion in India. Served in the Indiai ^ 
campaign of 1857-58 ; —as Orderly Otliccr to General Franks in the action of Suitnnpore. and subsequent affairs or: 
the advance to Lucknow (three tunes mentioned in despatches) ; as Aide de (.'amp to General Luard at the siege ant- 
capture of Lucknow, and storming of the Mart.iniere. Banks' House, Begum's Kotce, and Moulvy's Mosque (men 
turned in despatch, and Brevet of Major) ; as Deputy Judge Advocate, and Aido do ('amp to General Luard at thi 
relief of Aaimghur and action of Jugdesporc (mentioned in dcsiiatch) : as Brigade Major at the reduction of Dehay< 
Tirhul (mentioned in despatch), and other of the Oude Forts, also at the surrender of Amcthie (Medal with Clasp). 

M Colonel C. Alexander served in the Crimea from 20th Dec. 1854, including the siege and fall of Sebaatopo 
(Medal with Clasp. Turkish Medal, and 5th (.-lass of tho Mediidie). 

71 Colonel Hon. James C. Dormer served in tho Crimea from 30th June 1855 as Adjutant to 13th Light Infantry 







185 
w . . action 

during the Oude and Trans-Gogra campaign 
ooeded to China in i860 as Assistant Adjutant 
oi>erationH of that campaign, including the capture 
to an Unattached Majority, Medal with two Clasps). 

"* Colonel G. I\ Prevost served with the 23rd Fusiliers in the Crimea from the 17th June 18515, including i 
siege and fall of Sebastopol and assaults of the Retlan on tho 18th June and 8th September— wounded (Medal wi. 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served at the siego and capture of Lucknow, mentioned in despatches (Medal wit! 
Clasp). 

73 Colonel K. M. Manningham-Buller served with the Rifle Brigade in the Kaffir war of 1846-47, and in that 
1*52-33 (Medal). 

'* Colonel Blackett served tho Eastern campaign of 1854 with the 93rd Highlanders and that of 1855 with th 
Coldstream Guards, including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with threc-^ 
Cla-ps. 5th Class of the Mcdjiilio, and Turki&h Medal). 

'"* ' Utrfonvl R. li. ChiL-he.-ter served in the unit -ny iu Tndia in 
under Colonel Rcr.ny, disarmed ut Mean Mcer one Regiment 



1 i85-»-58. and was present when the 8ist RcgimenO 
of Native Cavalry- and throe Regiments of Nativ 



War Services of the Colonels. 55 

Intantry, all disaffected and ripe for mutiny (Medal). Served in the Afghan war of 1878-9 with the Khyber Column, 
and commanded the 8ist Regiment at the capture of AH Musiid {CD., Modal with Clasp). 

77 Colonel C. A. B. Gordon served as a volunteer at the first attack npon Mooltan, and with the ist Battalion 
6cth Rifles through the Puujaub campaign in 1848-49, including the siege of Mooltan and battle of Goojerat (Medal 
with two Clasps j. Served as Assistant Adjutant General in the Turkish Contingent from June 1855 to Juno 1857 
(4U1 Class of the Mcdjidio, and Turkish Medal). 

71 Colonel Jordan nerved with the 34th Regiment in the Crimea from Feb. to 9th July 1855, including the siege of 
Sebastopol, sortie of the 22nd March, capture of the Rifle-pits 10th April, sortie of 9th May, and assault of the 
Redan on the z8th June - severely wounded (mentioned in despatches. Modal with Claap, Brevet of Major, 5th Claas 
of the Medjidie, Sardinian and Turkish Medals). Served in the Indian campaign, including the action* at Cawnpore 
on 26th 27th and 28th (wounded) November 1857 (Medal). 

79 Colonel Flood served with the 53rd Regimont in a force under Sir Colin Campbell in 1851 -52 against the hill 
tribes on the N.W. Frontier of India. Served also in the Indian campaign of 1857-59; was with the Alumbaph 
Force daring the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde; with tho 53rd at the relief of Cawnporo on 29th Nov. 1857, 
action there on tho 6th December, and pursuit of tho Gwalior Contingent to Serai Ghat, action of Kala Nuddee 
and occupation of Futtehghur, affair of Shumshabad. storm and capture of Moangunge, sioge of Lucknow as 
Aide de Camp to General Mansfield (severely wounded), with the 53rd daring tho hot weather campaign in Oude 
in 1858, including the passage of the Goomtce and occupation of Sultanpore ; as Aide de Camp to Sir William. 
Mansfield during the winter campaign of 1858-59, including that in the Baiswara country and action at Dhoondea 
Khaira, and the Trans-Gogra campaign with its several minor affairs and the final action on tho Raptce (mentioned • 
in despatches, Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). 

ffl Colonel E. W. Bray served with the 31st Regt. throughout the campaign of 1842 in Afghanistan nnder 
General Pollock, and was present at the actions of Mazccna, Tezecn, and Jugdulluck, the occupation of Cabool, 
and the difTerent engagements leading to it (Medal). Served at the capture of Khytul in May 1843 with the 
Umballe Brigade. He commanded Detachments of Infantry and Cavalry in the suppression of the election 
riots at Nottingham in July 1865, and was commended by H.R.U. the Commander in Chief " for his admirable 
and praiseworthy conduct, aud the firmness and ability he displayed on that occasion." Served with the 4th 
King's Own throughout tho Abyssinian campaign, and was present at the action of Arogoe and capture of 
Magdala, and commanded the Rear Guard of the Army continuously on tho return to the coast (mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of LL Colonel, and Medal). Commanded the 2nd Battalion of the 4th Regiment throughout 
the Zola war of 1879, aud commanded the Utrecht District daring the latter part of the war. 

** Colonel Wilson served with the 55th Rcgimeut in the Crimea, subsequent to tho fall of Sebaatopol, from tho 
23th October 1E55 to the end of the Russian war. Also on the Bhootan expedition, including the recapture of 
Dewangiri in 1865 (Medal with Clasp). 

n Colonel Armstrong served with the 17th Regiment in the Crimea from tho 19th May 1855, including the siege 
and fall of Sebaatopol and attacks of the Redan on the 18th June and 8th September, also at the bombardment 
and surrender of Kinbourn (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

M Colonel Gough served with the 3rd Light Dragoons throughout the Puujaub campaign of 1848-49, including 
the action of Ramnuggur, passage of tho Chcuab, battles of Sadoolaporc, Chillian wallah, and Goojerat (Medal 
with two Clasps). Served with the 12th Lancers throughout tho Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal), and was present 
with every expeditiou. including the action of Hercu, where he commanded the Detachments of Cavalry with Sir 
George Cathcurt's Column (mentioned in general orders and despatches), and for one year commanded Sir George's 
Escort until peace wa& established. Served in the Crimea with the 12th Lancers from their landing on the 8th 
May 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebaatopol, battle of Tchernaya, and operations near Eupatoria under 



General D'Allonville (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 
M Colonel J. A. Ruddoll served with the 



ist Battalion Royals throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, 
including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Knight of 
the Legion of Honor). Served with the 87th Fusiliers during tho Indian mutiny in 1857-58 (Medal). 

07 Colonel H. J. Buchanan served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Adjutant of the 47th Regiment including 
the battles of Alma and Inkerman, sortie of 26th Oct., siego and fall of Sebastopol— appointed Town Major (Medal 
with three Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, 5th Class of the Medjidie). Commanded a Column of the 
Field Force nnder Brigadier General Ross against the Afreedees on the North West Frontier in 1877-8 (mentioned 
in despatches). 

•» Colonel Hon. C. J. Addington served in the 38th Regiment the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to 26th June 
1855, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol. attack and occupation of the Cemetery on the 
iSth Jane— severely wounded (Medal with three Clasps, 5th Class of »no Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in the 
Indian campaign lroin Nov. 1857, including the assault?and capture of Meangunge, siege and capture of Lucknow, 
aflairs of Barreo and Nugger (Medal with Clasp, and Brevet or Major). 

10 Colonel Crompton-Stansfield served with the 42nd Highlanders in the Crimea from the 14th July 1855, including 
the siege and full of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

M Colonel H. De R. Pigott served with the 83rd Regiment in the Indian mutiny campaign, and was present at 
the reduction of the Fort of Arrah in January 1858, siege of Kotah and its capture by assault, affair at Sanganeor 
and defeat of the Gwalior rebels at Kotaria (Medal). 

n Colonel C. N. Sturt served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and 
Inkanaan (severely wounded), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, 
and «th Class of the Medjidie). 

* Colonel G. H. Waller served with the 7th Fusiliers in the Crimea from the aist Nov. 1854, including the 
aim of Sebastopol, sortie of 9th May, attack and capture of the Quarries 7th Jane (wounded), assault of the 
Sedan x8th June (wounded), and was in the Trenches on the 8th Sept. (Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion 
of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

M Colonel Godman served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Adjutant of the 5th Dragoon Guards, including 
the battles of Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tchernaya, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish 

•7 Colonel Dunham Massy served at the Utter part of the siege of Sebastopol, was under fire at the battle of the 
Tchernaya, and commanded the Grenadiers of the 19th Regt. at the assault of the Redan on the 8th Sept., where 
with minor injuries he was dangerously wounded by a ball which passed through his left thigh, shattering the bone. 
Being left on the ground, he fell into the hands of the enemy the ensuing night, who, supposing him to be mortally 
wounded, did not remove him with their prisoners. Was recommended in a special despatch by the Commander in 
Chief in the Crimea for his gallantry at the Redan, his fortitude, and the patient endurance with which he bore hia 
most severe suffering during a confinement to his camp stretcher of nearly six months (promoted Captain, Medal with 
Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

M Colonel H. Wilkie served with the 97th Regiment in the Crimea from the 16th June 1855, including the siege 

and Call of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Also in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, and was 

present with the Joonpore Field Force in the actions of Chanda, Umeerpore, and Sultanpore, and afterwards at 

the siege and capture of Lucknow (Medal with Clasp >. 

M Colonel Wynno served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol from 29th July 1855 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish 

M Colonel Miller served the Eastern campaign of 1854 and early part of 1855 with the 79th Highlanders, in- 
cluding the battles of Alma and Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 
Served in the Indian campaign of 1858-59, including the siege and capture of Lucknow— severely wounded through 
the body; present also at the capture of Rampore Kussia. and subsequent operations in Oude across the Gogra 
and Raptee rivers (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

m Colonel J. Wilkinson served with a Detachment consisting of 200 of the 15th Regiment and Ceylon Rifles, 
nnder Captain Lillie, in defeating the insurgents at Matolo on the 29th July 2848 during the rebellion in the Candian 
Provinces in Ceylon. 

m Colonel E. W. Sargent served with the 18th Royal Irish on the China expedition (MedaA\,%^^**\rre*«u\.%X. 
Woosnng, Shanghai, Chin Kiaug Foo, and Nankin. Was subsequently Aide de Camp U> &\t 3ohit Ttax\* vn. V5taNNS>*~" 
thxte yean, and acting Aide de Camp to General D'Aguiiar during the expedition which aesa^teOLweA V*Sk.\2fc*^s s 



56 War Services of the Colonels, 

of the Booca Tigris in the Canton River ; received a Bevere contusion on the head, and was favourably recommended 
by Sir John Davis to Lord Palmerston for his services on this occasion. Was appointed Adjutant of the 18th at the 
storming of Rangoon on Lieut, and Adjutant Doran being killed, and served throughout the Burmese war of 1853-53 
(Medal). 

106 Colonel W. H- Hawley served with the 14th Regiment in the Crimea from the xoth January 1855, including the 
siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assault of the x8th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

lS * Colonel A. L. Anneslev served with the nth Hussars in the Crimea from 29th July 1855, including the siege 
and fall of 8ebastopol (Medal and Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

l " Colonel Beresford served with the 72nd Highlanders in the Crimea from 28th May 1855, including the expedition 
to Kerteh, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and attack of the 18th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served 
throughout the operations in Central India and oursuit of the rebel forces under Tantia Topee and Rao Sahib in 
1858-59. 

109 Colonel H. H. Steward served with the 2nd Dragoon Guards in the Indian campaign, and was present at the 
affair of Daw ah, and Trana-Gogra affairs at Bungaon (Medal). 

110 Colonel H. C. Wilkinson served with the 95th Regiment in the Indian campaign of 1858, and was present at the 
siege and capture of Awah, siege assault and capture of Kotah, battle of Kotakcsorai, general action resulting in 
the capture of Gwalior, assault and capture of Rowa, siego and capture of Poureo, battle of Beejapore, and affair 
of Koondry (Medal with Clasp). 

111 Colonel Parsons served in the Burmese war of 1852-53, including the storm and recapture of Pegu on 21st Nov., 
relief of it* garrison on 14th Deo. 1852, and operations in the vicinity (Medal with Clasp for Pegu). Was attached 
to the 64th Regiment at the defence of Cawnpore under General Windham in Nov. 1857, and was dangerously 
wounded (Medal). Served in the Indian N. W. Frontier war of 1863, and was present at the attack and capture of 
the Crag Piquet, the Conical Hill, and Umbeyla (Medal with Clasp). 

iw Colonel Lock served in the 50th Regiment throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles 
of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol. Appointed D.A.Q.M. General at Head Quarters in Nov. 1855, 
and served in that capacity till the evacuation of the Crimea (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of 
tbo Legion of Honor, 5U1 Class of the Mcdjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served also the several campaigns in Now 
Zealand from 27th Jan. 1864 to 1866, including the actions at Rangiaohia, Nukumaru (mentioned in despatches), 
and Kakaraniea— in command of the 50th Regt. (Medal). 

118 Colonel R. Preston served with the 44th" Regt. throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, attack and occupation of the Cemetery on the 18th 
June (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Mcdjidie, and 
Turkish Medal). Served also the campaign of i860 in North China up to ^th August, and was present at the 
action of Sinho, and capture of the Taku Forts (Medal with Clasp). 

,u Colonel Warren served with the Rifle Brigade in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Alma 
and siege of Sebastopol (Modal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Mcdjidie, and Turkish Medal). 
Served with the 2nd Battalion during the whole of its service in the suppression of the Iudian mutiny, including the 
actions at Cawnpore and capture of Lucknow (Medal with Clasp). Embarked for the Gold Coast in command of 
the 2nd Battalion Riile Brigade and served throughout the second phase of the ABhanti war, in 1874, including the 
battle of Amoaful, battles of Ordahsu and capture of Coomassie (several times mentioned in despatches, Cli., Medal 
with Clasp). 

m Colonel Vacher served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, with tho 33rd Regiment in the campaign 
of 1854 until November, when he wn s appointed Assistant Engineer, right attack, and served in the Trenches until 
February 1855, when he was transferred to tho General Stan", and hold the appointment of D.A.Q.M. Geueral at 
Head Quarters during tho remainder of tho war, anil present at the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Mcdjidie, 
and Turkish Medal). 

lW Colonel J. 11. Rocko served with the 2nd Queen's Royals in the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal). Setvcd with 
the 18th Royal Irish in the New Zealand war of i8fij-66 ; comnvinded a Wing of the 2nd Battalion at tho a flairs at 
Nukumaru on 25th and 26th Jan. 1865 (mentioned in despatches) : and commanded the 2nd Battalion at the capture 
of the Putahi Pah on the 7th Jan. 1866 (mentioned in general orders, and Brevet of Lt.CoIonel). 

117 Colonel W. P. Collingwood served with the 37th Regiment in the rebellion of 1848 in Ceylon. Served with the 
2iBt Fubiliers in the Crimea from nth July 1855, including tho siege and fall of Sebastopol; also the expedition to 
Kinbourn (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal) ; froin Nov. 18,5 to Nov. 1856 he commanded a Battalion of the 
Land Transport Corps. Commanded tho troops on board the Spartan steamer when wrecked on th3 Dog Rocks, 
Coatt of Africa, on 5th July 1856, on returning from the Crimea, and for his services throughout this trying occa- 
sion ho received the Brevet rank of Major — Lord Panmnre, tho War Minister, expressing his approbation, as did 
also H.R.LI, the Commander in Chief, of tho conduct of the officers and men, as being highly honourable to them ; 
and Colonel .M'Murdo, Director General of the Land Transport Corps, in a general order,* " desired to express to 
Captain Collingwood and those- ho commanded the pride he felt in transmitting for the information of H.R.H. the 
Commander in Chief, the proofs given of tho high courage and discipline which animated all ranks on that fearful 
night, and which were rewarded by the safe rescue ot all from their perilous situation." Proceeded to Sonth 
Africa in February 1879 in command of the 2nd Battalion Scots Fusiliers, and commanded the 2nd Brigade of 
tho 2nd Division during the latter part of the Zulu war (CMO. t Medal with Clasp). 

119 Colonel R. Mockler served with the 64th Regiment in the Persian campaign of 1856-57, including the storm 
and capture of Reshire, surrender of Bushiro, and night attack and battle of Koobhab— severely wounded by 
round *shot (Medal with Clasp). Served in tho Indian campaign of 1857-58, including tho actions of Kalee Nuddee 
and Kerkeroulie, Bareilly, 8hahjchaupore, Bunnai. and Mohomdie (Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

Ul Colonel Dickins served with tho 20th Regiment in the Crimea from the 26th January 1855. including the siege and 
fall of Sebastopol ; wasalso presentatthe capturoof Kinbourn (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Mcdjidie, and Turkish 
Medal). Served in the Indian campaign of 1357-58, and was presentatthe actions of Chanda. Uraeerpore, and Sultan- 
pore, siego and capture of Lucknow, subsequent operations in Oude, and affair of Meangungc- mentioned in 
despatches (Brevet of Major, Modal with Clasp). 

l5W Colonel H. R. L. Ncwdigate landed in tho Crimea with the 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade, and was present at 
the battle of Alma (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served also during the Indian campaign of 1857-58, 
including the action of Cawuporo, and capture of Ln?know; and with Ross* Camel Corps at the capturoof 
Calpeo and operations in Central India (Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps). 

,sl Colonel Godfrey Clerk served with the Rifle Brigade hi tho Indian mutiny, and was present at the Alumbagh 
and relief of Lucknow (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

li * Colonel A. Tisdall was engaged in frequent affairs with the mutineers in the Shahabad district, their dispersion 
from Jugdt spore, and pursuit into the Rotas Hills* whore he commanded the 35th Regiment in a successful night 
surprise of the enemy on the 24th Nov. 1858 (Brevet of Major, and Modal). 

"* Colonel C. A. S.* Dickins served tho Eastern campaign of 1854 and up to 19th July 1855 with the 38th Regt., 
including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol; with Volunteer Sharpshooters from 17th 
Oct. to -*9th Nov. ; repulse of a sortie on aist Dec. ; commanded the Light Company in the attack of the 
Cemetery on the 18th June; was severely wounded in the advanced Trenches on the 2nd July (Medal with three 
Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian mutiny campaign, and was 
present in the engagements of Mean gunge, Lucknow, Barsee, and Nuggar (Medal with Clasp). 

"• Colonel R. C. Whitehead served with the 97th Regiment in the Crimea from the 20th Nov. 1854, including tho 
siege and fall of Sebastopol, and was of the storming party at the assault of the Redan on the 8th September — men- 
tioned in despatches for " distinguished conduct " (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkic h Medal). 
Commanded the 58th Foot in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engagement at Ulundi (mentioned m 
despatches, CB., Medal with Clasp). 

™ Colonel W. W. Lynch served in Persia with the Scinde Horse in 1857 (Modal with Clasp). Joined Havelock*s 
orce on its first taking the field in India, and was present in every action fought by that column (horse killed 
under him at Cawnpore). Apjrointcd to tho command of a troop of Volunteer Cavalry after the recapture of Cawn- 
pore, and subsequently served as second in command of the Volunteer Cavalry with the Oude Field Force, and 
was present in all the actions fought by that force until the relief of Lucknow on the 25th Sept. 1857, and defence 



War Services of the CuLm:L<. 57 




uring the epidemic of yellow fever in 1864. when be w<uj for gome month* in command of his Battalion. 
»1 William Stirling servod throughout the Kastoru campaign of 1854-55, including the affaire of 
nd M'Keuzie's Farm, the battles of A Una, Balakluva and Inkcrmr&n, tho sioga and fall of Sebaatopol, 
f of the sortio ou tho 26th Oct. 1854 (Medal with four Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and 
dal). Served as Brigado Mu.jcr of Artillery with Raj|>ootana Field F -rce at the capture of Kotuh on 

1853 (Medal, and Brevet of Major). Served with the expedition to China in i8x>, ami was present at 
»n* near Tuugchow, and surrender of Pekin (Modal with Clasp). 

d H. lr. Do la Fo*ae served in tho Artillery at tho siego of Cawnpore in 1857 under Major General Sir 
'heeler (mentioned in despatches and allowed to reckon one year's extra service;. Hervod in the Artil- 
ie Force under Major Gonerals Havelook aud Outrain, and present at the crossing into Oude, actions of 
* and Aluuib.igh. and entry into Luckuow; commanded two gum in an advance piquet during tho 

defence of the Residency ; present a». tho rotakiugof Cawuporo (mentioned in despatches, rccoived 
•if th-.- Governor General in Council, Medal with two Clasps, a year's extra service). Served with tho 
>l Force as .Stall* Officer under Colonel Crawler in 1S61 (mentionod in despatches, received tho appro- 
10 Govern )T General in Council). Served in tho Indian N.W. Frontier war of 1 86 3, and was present 
k and capture of the Crag Piquet, the Conical Hill, and Umhcyla (mentioned in despatches, Medal with 

1 G. I). TJ.irkcr served with the -jV.\\ Highlanders in the Persian war in 1857, including the night attack 
if Koj-dmo, bombardment ufM.i itiuirah, and expedition to Aiiwnz (Medal with Cliispj. Servod in Bengal 
jckN CmWmiu frn-11 it- nr>t ttknu' the he'd in 13,7, including the actions of Futtohpore, Aoung, Pundoo 
iwnjMW, orji". |tu-t-erutguugi: itii>t Jiinl second), Boorbtakoehowkee, anil the several actions leading 
ug in the reliei'oi tiie Residency or' Lucknow aud subsequent defence, including several sorties (wounded); 
uk Force at Aluinbugh, incluuing ihe repulse of (he numerous attacks, aud in the operations ending in 
ipture of Luckuow, wacrc he oiHciutcd as D.A.l^.M. ^General, ist Division, and was montioned in 
; the Rohilcuud campaign in 1838, aud capture of Baroiliy (Medal wita two Clasps, Brevet of Major, 
'n service for Luckuow). 

:1 Sw:nd!i-y served with the 12th Lancers in tho Kamr war of 1852-53 (Medal), and was at the action of 
U10 the K:nr-erii campaign from 9th .\lay1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol.oi>erations near 
udf.r ( rcm-rul D'Allonville, and commanded General Simpson's escort in the Crimea (Modal with Clasp 
1 Men lai ) . Also the Indian campaign of 1858-59 with tho Saugor and Ncrbudda field force, including tho 
ttguiiL'o, Kubrai, and Uanda (Medal). 

.•I Carden served with the 77th Kegt. in the Crimea from tho 27th Dec. 1 854, including the siege and fall of 

.Medal with Clm-p, and Turkish Medal). Served with the 5111 Fusiliers in the Indian cimpaigu in 1857- 

1^ the defence of tho Aluuiliairh in Oct. and Nov., relief of Luckuow by Lord Clyde, defence of the Alum- 

iitnim, capture of Luckuow, aud campaign in Oude (Medal with two Clasps, and grant of a year's 

•1 C. Blewitt served with the 65th Regiment in the New Zealand war of 1863-65 (mentioned in 

Mod:il). 
.•I T. L. Dell served tho Kastern campaign of 1854-55 in the 28th Re_ri:nent, including tho battles of Alma 
laii. sicL'o ;md tall of Sebastopol, and affair in the Cemetery (Medal with t.hreo Clasps, Sardinian and 
•IhIs). Served hs M:ij r of the 'ith Regiment in the Hazuni campaign of lfcOtJ, including the subsequent 
n the Black Mountain (Medal with Clasp.) 

d J. Th-iinpsou served throughout tho campaign of 1&60 in China, including the actions of tho 3rd 12th 
ii^fiis-t. laih and msi Sept. (Medul with two Clasp;*). 

»1 G. F. i:e Berry served with the ft h Regt. in tho Punjnnb campaign of i3f8 4). including the passage of 
, and ba.tles of Sadoolaj>ore, Chil.ianwullah (slightly wounded), and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). 
India during the mutiny of 1857-58; commanded the station of Murree (Punjaub) when attacked by 

the night of ist Sept. 1857, and during proceedings of the three following days. J11 Nov. 1857 raited, 
rs id" fcir John Lawrence, at Lahore a Battalion of Sikhs 1200 strong, h nd proceeded to North-VVcsteru 
with it in .Inn. ii>a ; was attached to Maxwell's Column aud present at engagement.* at Uoryah and 
;hnt and at ihe taking of Calpec (Medal with Clasp for Central India). 

H K. B. Montgomery' served in the Crimea from 30th June 1855, including tho battle of tho Tchemaya, 
til cf St-l-uitopol (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, und Turkish Medal). 
;1 K. H. Foster served in the Kallir w.-ir of 1851-53 (Medal). 

d A. K. A. Ellis served with the 33 rd Regiment at tho siege of 8obn*t •■»]>> d from Jau. to jjth May 1855; 
le de Cam]! to Major General Cunyughame at Kcrtch aud elsewhere (.Meilul with Clasp, Stu'dimuu uiul 

••hll.i'. 

rl T. F. Llnvd si?rvcd with the force imlcr P.rigadier GcTiernl Chnmlierlnin attached to th<» 6th Punjatib 
riiij.-t tli«' .Miili«ood VVu/erees dnrintr March, Apii!, and Muy i<"\\ and w.w present at tho action of 
>ieniuT the Biirrarrah Paix«, taking aud burning of their stronghold Makiu, und various minor affairs 

I < 'i.'lrpl. 

■1 !!.}'. Montgomery served with the 6uh Rifles in the KalHr war of 1851-53 (Medal). 

•: .1. de Montmorency was present with the 5<>th Regiment at the operations before and capture of Canton 

ial with Clapp). 

-I E. L. Dillon served with the 18th Royal Irieh in the Crimean campaign from tho 30th Doc. 1854, 

he friege Jiuil fail of Seba.- 1^ ipul ; vohuueered to rescue from under a heavy fire of grape shell nnd 

.•ven wounded men who were in tho advanced house at the attack of tho Cemetery and suburbs of 

on tho 1 8th Juno 1S55, and succeeded in doing so (Medul with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

-I G. F. Herbert t>ervi/d with the 31st Regt. in the Crimea from 22nd May 1B55, including the siego and 

»t-i]xd, and at'.acks of the i-th J uue and 8th Septemlwr, and wjis worn u'lcd during the bombardment of 

Alice einpiO\'e<i a» an Assinuint Engineer in throwing up an entrenchment in the 8-gun Buttery, right 

Jul with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

:1 C. Fit zUcrald served with the 40th Regiment in the Crimea from tho 14th Nov. 1854, including the 

all o: ' S.joaf»ti»pol, capture of the (Quarries with the storming party, and assaults of tho Redan on the 

nd r,'.h Srpteiiiber (Medal with Cla^p, 5th Class of the Medjidie. and Turkish Medal). 

d R. J. Hughes has the 4th Class of the Medjidie for service with tho lute Turkish Contingent, and the 

•dal. 

»1 R. R. Gillespie served throughout, the Persian campaign of 1856-57, including the storm and capture 

surrender of Bush ire, expedition to Bora/.jnon, and kittle of Kooshab (Medal with Clasp). 

?1 R. W. Hinxman servi-d with the '.oth Rifles in the campaign of 1857 against tho mutineers in India 

ine, includiuir tin' kittle of Hudlee kc Ser.u and tsikiiu* r.lio Heights before Delhi, tho subsequent siego 

assault ii'-id capture of thecty, with the final uttick ou nnd occupation of the palace (Medial with Clasp). 

»1 A. H. tftepluus served will! the Ritle Brigade from 23rd Jan. to 12th April 1855. including the siege 

selmstopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served also during the ludian ciimpaigu Of 1^57-58, 

ue siege and capture of Lueknow, battle of Nawabguuge, action <>f Suudellu, and takiug of Fort Birwah 

1 Clasp J. Embarked :>>r tho Gold (.'oast with the >nd Bsttdion Ritle Brigade, and served throughout tho 

be of the Ashanti war, in 1874, including the battle of Am mini (^lightlv wounded.*, b.ittioof (Jrdnhsu 

) of Coom&ssie (menti »ned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.CoIuncl, Medal wuu Cla»*p). 

i\ H. Marshall >erved in the Crimea with the 17th Lancers, subsequent to the fall of Scbo*tO]>ol, from the 

855 until April i*5<<. Also in tho Indian mutiny campaign in 1857-59, including the pursuit of Tuntia 

;1 W. T. (»olds worthy scn-ed in Oude with the Volunteer Cavalry of Havelock's column in 1857, nnd was 
he action* «>f (.)on:io and Bu^secrutgunje. nnil recapture of BusseVrutirunje ; for these services ho received, 
ion in the Sth linear*. Serveil in Kajp^jtana and Central India, on lb** PlnW &.\<W\\A\\.YkQ^Xv\VQAM>" 
the vau-jiHigu of 105^ 5.^, iucludiii^ thv s:ege of Kotnh, rouccupaiiou of CuouOlcytmc, \)Vk\W« Ql *V»ntVt!a,^ 



58 War Services of the Colonels. 

Serai (as Aide de Camp to Brigadier Smith), capture of Gwalior (as Aide de Gamp to Sir Hngh Rose), siege 
capture of Powrie, actions of Koondrye and Boordah as Brigade Major in the Rajpootana Field Force, which ap- 

euntment he held from the fall of Gwalior in June 1858 to the end of the war (eight times mentioned in despatches, 
edal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major on attaining the rank of Captain). Served throughout the Abyssinian 
Expedition on the Staff as Brigade Major of Cavalry, and was present at the taking of Magdula (twice mentioned 
in despatches, Medal, and promoted to Major unattached without purchase). 

ltt Sir Owen Tudor Burne served in the Crimea with the 20th Regt. subsequent to the fall of Sevastopol, from the 
14th March 1856. Also in the Indian mutiny campaign of 1857-58 as Adjutant of the aoth Regiment and also Bri- 
gade Major on the Staff of Brigadier E velegh, and was present at the actions of Chanda, Umeerpore. and Sultwipore, 
siege and capture of Lucknow, actions of Mohan, Meeangunge, Poorwah, Hussungunge, Morar Mow, Fort of 
Bimree, Fort Churda and Fort Mnsjeedia, Muchleegaon. Kaber Jungles, Fort Dooraha, and final operations ia 
Oude in 1859 (several times mentioned in despatches, promoted to an Unattached Company, and Brevet of Major 
for services in the field, Medal with Clasp). Appointed in 1861 Military Secretary to Lord Strathnaim, Commander 
in Chief in India. Accompanied Lord Strathnaim to England in 1865, and remained on his Staff when Conv 
xnander of the Forces in Ireland. Present during the Fenian disturbances in 1866-67 (received the thanks of the 
authorities in Ireland). Proceeded to India in 1868 with the late Earl of Mayo, Viceroy and Governor General, and 
served with him as Private Secretary until his assassination in 1872 (received the thanks of Government for his 
services, promoted to an Unattached Majority, and appointed a CSI.). 

1M Colonel H. E. Jerome served with the 19th Regiment in the Indian campaign of 1857-59, including operations 
against the rebel tribes in Goojerat, storm and capture of Chundairee— led the storming party, siege and capture 
of Jhansi, where under a murderous fire he assisted in securing Ensign Secoal, who was severely wounded— 
mentioned in despatches ; also present at the action of Koonch and at the various engagements before Oilpee^- 
severely and dangerously wounded (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, and Victoria 
Cross). Served in the Hiizara campaign of 1868, including the expedition against the tribes on the Black 
Mountain (Medal with Clasp). 

197 Colonel H. W. J. Trent served with the 68th Light Infantry throughout the New Zealand war in 1864-66, was 
present at the assault on the Gate Pah (mentioned in despatches), and acted as a regimental Major in the action of 
Te Ranga, and severely wounded in right wrist while leading two Companies of the 68th into the left of the enemy's 
rifle-pits (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

168 Colonel E. M. Beresford joined the Scots Guards in the Crimea on the 8th Sept. 1855, and was at the fall of 
Sebaatopol (Medal with one Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

170 Colonel W. Mussenden served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 8th Hussars, including the battles of 
Alma, Balaklava (horse shot), Inkerman, and Tchernaya, affairs of Bulganak and M'Kenzie's Farm, and siege of 
Sebaatopol (Medal with four Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in Rajpootana in 
1858-59, and was present at the capture of Kotah and battle of Kotaria (Medal with Clacp) . 

*7i Colonel C. M. Clarke served in the 57th Regiment with the Column under Colonel Warre on the Taptee river is 
co-operation with the Central India Field Force in 1858. Served also in the New Zealand war of 1861, and was 
present at the operations before Te Arei. Also during the war in 1863-66, present as Adjutant of the 57thatths 
action of Katikara (mentioned in despatches), and as D. A. Q.M. General from June 1863 to March 1866 in the Province 
of Taranaki, including the action near Poutoko, capture of the Maori positions at Ahuahu, Kaitakc, Mataitawa, ana 
Te Arei, operations at W area and Te Puru, and various minor affairs (repeatedly mentioned in despatches. Medal)* 
Served in the Zulu campaign of 1879 ; commanded the 57th Regiment in the engagement at Gingindhtorn 
(mentioned in despatches) aiid relief of Ekowe; afterwards commanded the 2nd Brigade 1st Division, and sub- 
sequently was appointed to the command of " Clarke's Column "—a force of all arms— formed by Sir Garnet 
Wolseley for the following objects : the second advance to Ulundi, the capture of King Cety wayo, the subjugation 
of the Zulu tribes near the Middle Drift of the River Tugela, and the pacification of Zululand ; these objects were 
successfully accomplished— thanked in General Orders (mentioned in despatches as having " performed the duties 
of his responsible command in the most highly efficient manner," Brevet of Colonei, CB., Medal with Clasp). On 
the conclusion of the war was appointed Commandant General of the Colonial Forces in South Africa. 

17f Colonel C. J. East served with the 82nd Regiment in the Crimea from the 2nd September 1855, and was 

S resent at tho siege and fall of Sebaatopol (Medal with Clasp and Turkish Medal). Also in the Indian campaign 
1 1857, and was severely wounded at Cawnpore on the 26th November (Medal). When belonging to the 41st 
Regt. served as Assistant Quarter Master General with the Chittagong column of the Lushai Expeditionary Force 
in 1871-72 (mentioned in despatches, received tho thanks of the Governor-General iniCouncil, Medal with Clasp, and 
Brevet of Major). Served in the latter part of the Zulu war of 1879 a* Deputy Adjutant and Quarter Master Gene- 
ral, and was present in the engagement at Ulundi (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Medal with Clasp)* 

173 Colonel J. Edmonstounc served with the 32nd Regiment during the .Indian mutiny in 1857-59 ; defended th© 
Iron Bridge over the river Gomteo with fifty men to cover the retreat from Chinhut on 30th June 1857, and fro** 
that date engaged in the defence of the (Residency of Lucknow until its final relief on 24th Nov. by Lord Clyde ; 
led a sortie on 29th Sept., and was twice severely wounded, on 20th July and 29th Sept. (mentioned in despatched 
by Sir John Inglis and the Governor General, Brevet of Major) ; subsequently engaged in the defeat of the Gwalio*" 
rebels at Cawnpore on 6th Dec, at the capture of the Forts of Dohaign and Tyrool, and throughout the Oude cam'' 
paign, during part of which he served as Staff Officer to the Movable Column under Lt. Colonel Carmichael (Medsw* 
with Clasp, and grant of a year's service for Lucknow). 

174 Colonel C. H. E. Graeme served in the Indian mutiny campaign of 1857-59 as Interpreter to the 2nd Bstt~ 
Rifle Brigade, and as Assistant Commissary General to Sir Hope Grant's and Sir Alfred Horsford's Divisions, anoT- 
was present at the final siege of Lucknow (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

ns Colonel W. L. Pemberton served with the 60th Rifles in India during the mutiny, and was severely wounded «• 
with loss of two fingers of left hand, at Cawnpore on the 27th Nov. 1857 (Medal). Served in the Zulu war of 187 
and commanded one of the two divisions of the column raised for the relief of Ekowe, and was present at the actios* 
of Gingindhlovu and relief of Ekowe (CB., Medal with Clasp). 

177 Colonel H. J. Maclean served in the Ashanti war of 1873-74 as a Special Service Officer (Medal). 

179 Colonel J. C. Lo Quesne served with tho 12th Lancers in India during the mutiny (Medal). 

Ul Colonel D. R. Barnes served in a Local Battalion in the Kaffir war of 1846-47 (Medal), was present in severaw 
engagements, and accompanied the expedition into the Tambookie country. Also served in the Orange River Sove> — 
reignty from Aug. 185 1 to July 1852 with the Detachment 45th Foot under Captain Parish. Served with the Mtftz 
Regiment in the New Zealand war of 1860-61 (Medal). 

lft Colonel E. D. Smith served with the 95th Regt. the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles of Alrna^ 
and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and Bortie on 26th Oct.— wounded in tho head in the Trenches 17th Oct. (Meda-J 
with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Served in 1858 at the siege and capture of A wan and Kotah, battle of Kota^ 
ka Serai, general action resulting in the capture of Gwalior, and recapture of the fortress of Chandaree in Ma^ 
(Medal with Clasp) . 

*•* Colonel E. Harnett served with the nth Hussars in the Crimea from 14th July 1855, including the battle o»* 
Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

1M Colonel Wadeson served with the 75th Regiment in the Indian campaign of 1857 from the outbreak on i2tf 
May, including the battle of Budloekeserai, siege operations before Delhi and repulse of sorties on 12th and i5tfc3 
June, and of night attacks on the Camp on 10th and 23rd June, and 14th and 18th July, storming (severely wounded^ 
and capture of Delhi (Medal with Clasp, and Victoria Cross). 

M » Colonel E. T. Shiffncr was at the taking of the forts of Leehean and Tirhol in Oude in June 1858 (Medal.) 

1M Colonel J. Byron served in the 34th Regiment at the siege of Sebastopol in 1854, and was wounded and takers 
prisoner in a sortie by the Russians on the night of the 20th December (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal)^ 
Served in the Indian campaign in 1857-58, including actions at Cawnpore under Windham, siege and capture os^ 
Lucknow, and relief of Azimghur (Medal with Clasp). 

1U Colonel E. A. Collins served with the 26th Cameronians in the Abyssinian campaign in 1868 (Medal). 

lm Colonel W. Blackett served with the 98th Regiment in the Peshawur Expeditionary Force on the Eusofsier 
Frontier under Sir Sydney Cotton in April and May 1858, and at the affair with the Hindostanee fanatics on ther 
Heights o/BUt&na on the 4th May (Medal with Clasps). 
*** Colonel Hon. R. II. de Montmorency served with the 33rd Regiment in the Crimea in 1855, including the siege* 



War Services of tJie Colonels. 59-6S 

Sebastopol and attack of the Redan on the 8th Sept. (Medal with Clasp, Sardiuinn and Turkish 
Commanded a Detachment of the 33rd against the rebels, and after the (loath of the senior Officer 
1 the Dohad Field Force in suppressing the insurgont Bheels in the Rewa Kanta, Gazerat. Served 
ag of the Regiment at the siege and occupation of Dwarka, Okamundc-1. Served in the Abyssinlui 
if 1867-68 (Medal). 

»1 W. Arbuthnot served with the Rifle Brigade in the Indian campaign in 1857-58, including the siege 
w of Lucknow and some of the minor affairs of the campaign (Medal with Clasp). Served in the 
1 campaign as Aide de Camp and Assistant Military Secretary to Lord Napier, and was present at 
l of Magdala (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

el W. K. Ellea served with the 38th Regt. in the Crimea in 1854-55, including the siege and fall of 
, the attack and occupation of the Cemetery on the x8th June (Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion 
uid Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaign from Nov. 1857, including the battle of Cawnpore 
of the Gwalior Contingent on 6th Dec. 1857, capture of Meeangunge, siege and capture of Lucknow, 
lerree and Nuggur (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Haaara campaign of 1868 and accompanied the 
to the Black Mountain under Major General Wilde as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General (Medal with 

il R. Bennett served the Eastern campaign of 1854 as Adjutant of the 63rd Regiment, and was present 
lea of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman (severely wounded and horse shot), and siege of Sevastopol 
1 four Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

A E. A. 8tuart served at the siege of Sebastopol from 32nd April until severely wounded on 7th June 
. with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served the campaign of i860 in China, 
he taking of Sinho and Tangkn, occupation of Tientsin, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 
J J. S. Hand serred with the 82nd Regiment in the Ciimea Irom the 2nd Sept. 1855, including the siege 

Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served also in the N.W. Provinces in In Ha in 
% the mutiny in 1857-58, including the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, defence of Cawnpore and 
e Gwalior Contingent, action of Kala Nuddee, and occupation of Futtchghur; served with the Royal 
• the action of Khankur during the Rohilcund campaign, defence of the Jail of Shahjehanpore, affaire 
ee and Shahabad, and action of Bunkagaon (Medal with Clasp). Served with the iftt Sikh Cavalry in 
>f a Squadron throughout the campaign in China in i860, including tho action of Sinho, capture of 
pture of the Takoo Forts, actions at Chunkiawhan and Tongchow, destruction of the Emperor's Palace, 
ier of Pekin 1 Medal with two Clasps). Served throughout the Abyssinian campaign in 1868, attached 
d Quarters Starf as Director to the Highland Transport Train, and was present at the storming and 
Magdala (twice thanked by Lord Napier, mentionod in despatches, Brevet of Major, and Medal). 
i\ J. E. D. Hill served with the 97th Regt. in the Crimea from the 29th July 1855, including the siege 
tebastopol, and was one of the lieutenants of the ladder party at the attack of the Redan on 8th Sept., on 
uon he was wounded in the left hip, and mentioned in despatches for " distinguished conduct" (Medal 

and Turkish Meditl). 

1 W. H. Richard* served with the 55th Regiment throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including 
>f Alma (carried the Colours) and Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assaults of the Redan on 
le and 8th Sept.— wounded, and mentioned in despatches (Medal with three Clasps, 5th Class of the 
id Turkish Medal). 

i F. T. A. Law served in the Crimean campaign from June 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebas- 
1 with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served with the expedition to China in i860, and was present at 
near Tangcnow. and surrender of Pekin (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Kafir war of 1878. Served 
war of 1870. While commanding the Royal Artillery in South Africa he was appointed Commandant 
r Tagela district in Natal ; he prepared the column for the relief of Ekowe, commanded one of the two 
the column in the relief of that place, and was present in the engagement at Gingindhlovu (mentioned 
<s, CB., Modal with Clasp). 



6 9 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



Geo. Grant Gordon, 1 Capt. 4" Lt.Col. h.p. Scots] 
Guards. ; Major 3rd Baft. Lothian Begiment J- 
(Edinburgh Militia) ) 

Andrew Aytoun,* Lt. Colonel, h.p. Royal Artillery 

Thos. Edw. Kennion,* Lt.Col. h.p. Royal Artillery... 

Reginald John Manninghaiu-Bullor, Jf ajor.Greua- ) 
dior Guards $ 

Froderick Palmer, Major, Scot* Guards 

Thomas Valentine Cooke, Contain, h. p. Royal ^ 
Marines ; Barrack Matter, Plymouth Division ... y 

Edw. Smith Bridges, Mojor, Grenadier Guards 

h\ C. Manningham-Bullor, Major, Coldstream Gds. 



COBKBT, 
2nd LIB VT. 

orBxsion. 



LIBUT. CAPTA.1X. | MXJOK. 



LIBt'T. 
COLOVBL. 



9 June 3 
xi Juno 42 



13 Feb. 52 26 Dec. 54 13 Feb. 63 

3 July 45 27 Apr. 58 18 May 63 

3 July 45 xi June 57-19 Jan. 58 29 Mar. 65 

9 Feb. 55 7 Dec. 58 1 13 June 68 



WHIM 
PLACID Off 
HJlLV pat. 



30 June 77 

a 7 May 64 
a Oct. 67 



7 Dec. 58 

21 Sept. 55 16 Aug. 59 29 Aug. 68 

7 July 42' 27 July 47! 19 Dec. 54 15 Sept. 58 3 Aug. 69' 12 Mar. 69 

! 4 Apr. 56! 3* Aug. 60 1 gOct. 69 

v 130 Nov. 55 13 Dec. 601 3oMar.7o. 

*' 5 y , ( l n< £ ® A Z li V£ t \! tC °!;. h 'Kl ? . F .°° t; AA ' * ) 30 May 43' 4 July 45^9 Dec. 48 31 Aug. 60 x Apr. 7021 June 70 
Q.M. Gen. Dublin B'cruiting Dattrxet J * J 4J * J " y * r *» , 

Edw.G. H., rw«/«iiniinchinbroke,J/ii/ar, Grcna-> 1 'i3Dec S7 »6 May 62' 

dierGuards )'\ ¥ ' 

28 Nov. 56 15 June 60 

I 21 Sept. Go. -»3 Jiuie63 

.Jio Sept. 58- 24 June •toi" June 63 

I I 4 Oct. 62*6 Oct. 06: '31 Oct. 

6 Oct. 51 '" Sept. 59 17 Scpt.61 23 Apr. ;_* 12 May 65 



H. H. D. Stracey, Major, Scots Gds 

Hon. W. S. D. Homo. Major, Grenadier Gds. 

Hon. H. T. Fraser. Major, Scots Gils 

Henry Trotter, Major, Grenadier Guards 



10 July 70' 

4 Feb. 71 ! 
15 Fob. 7x1 

30 Aug. 71 
71 



U<£ Geo. Dare Dowell, Captain, h.p. H. Marine Art. > ! _, Tnlv « 
Adjutant Devon Artillery Militia $ < 2S JU * 4B 



Fred. Henry Harford, Major, h.p. Scots Guards 

Thos. Philip Graham, Miu'or, Scots Guards 

John Arthur T. Garratt, Major, Grenadier Gds. 
Henry Robert Eyre, Major, Coldstream Gds. ... 
Hon. Win. HL P. Oarington, Major, Grenadier Gds. 



13 Jan. 60 4 ^ T «v. 64 
19 Aug. 621 4 Apr. 65 
29 May 63' 6 May 67 
4 Jan. 61 21 Juno 66 
,'14 June 64 7 Aug. 67 



'29 June 72 
17 July 7 2' 
17 July 72' 



1 Oct. 81 



4 July Co 4 Jan. 61 21 Juno 66 '14 Aug. 7.- 

_ _ . . . . - ^ Mac. jv 

Cuthbort Ward BurtouT Lt'.Col. Ro3 : al Marines "28 June 49' 8 Doc. 53 26 Dec. 61 ' 10 Juno 62 2 Jan. 73 

Reginald T. Thynne, Major, Grenadier Gds ' 3 °ct. 6u 20 Nov. 67 -15 Mar. 73 

Wm. Julius Gascoignc. Major, Scots Gds. 31 Mar. 63 6 Feb. 66 i25Juue73 

John B. Sterling, Major, Coldstream Guards ! 5 Nov. 61 

Charles D. Thomas, Major, Coldstream Guards 



31 Mar. 63 6 Feb. 66 

31 Dec. 61:20 July 66 5 -'"'.V 731 

19 Dec. 62 3 Aug. 66 19 Nov. 73! 

Charles Deniwrn P«lder.» 'Oni/aiw, h.p. 39 Foot ; V Ju] , Dcc ' 7 M uy 5 -- 1 Mur. 64 26 Jan. 7422 July 68 

Adj. 11 Lancathirt Jiijle I olunteere ), ' J * : ' J < I 

\[ 22 Juno 63' 14 Aug. 66 ;ijApr. 74J 



John R. W. L<ir.l de Ycsei, Capt. 4- Lt.Col. Cold 
stream Guards 

Charles Van Notten Polo, Major, h.p. Cape M. / 
Rifles ; Fort Major, Edinburgh ji 



14 Aug. 46 24 Aug. 52 9 Sept. 64 16 May 74. 1 Apr. 70 



George Gosling, Major, Scots'Gds 23 Jan. 6210 July 63 ?6 June 66 27 June74 



j 2 Apr. 53! 



9 Feb. 5 D 3* July 57 

1 Dec. 63 26 June 66 

4 Apr. 54 31 May 57, 4 Apr. 06 
i„ ic- *_ 18 Jan. 67 



2 Nov. 64 j 2 July 74|xx May 78 

10 Oct. 74 

4 Apr. 66 23 June 75 



25 May 60 



29 May 63 



28 Oct. 64 8 May 67 



George Edinond Francis. 6 Lt.Col. h.p. 20 Ft>ot 

Hon. Jonh. C. Vanneck, Major, Scots Guards 

Fred. Mucdonald Birch, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Riohard Spencer Hull, Captain f Lt.Col. Cold- > 

stream Guards j" , 

Win. John F. Knmsdcn, Capt. 4- Lt.Col. Cold-'/! 

stream Guards ) : 

Hon. E. A. B. Achcson, Capt. j Lt.Col. Coldstream ') i ; h ,, - - a , ct. 67 ii8 Dec, 

Guards $\ |' **»j «i: ■» '\ 1 

Charlos S. Corkrnn, Major, Grenadier Gds 25 .Tnn. 6s 13 Junc68 .19 Jan. 

Edmund Leacb, Major, West Kent Kegt. (50 F.) 



7 Aug. 75 
1 Sept. 75 



3 Nov. 54' 9 Feb. 55 12 Apr. 64 21 Aug 



David M. M. Crichtou, Major, Grenadier Gds ! 31 May 59^6 June on 



26 Oct. 



18 Jan. 4 



Henry Welleslev, Major, Grena<lier Guanls 

B. B. D. Campbell, Capt. <f- Lt Col. Sots G«Ih 

Mark Henry licuthcute, CB. Lt.Col. Beneul Stuff O. '20 Dec. 54 

Robert F. Bult'<mr, ('apt. 4; Lt Col Grenadier (Jruurd> 

Hon. C. G. Gathi.rno-Hardy, Capt. t f- Lt. Col. h p. / 

Gremidicr (.lunnJb > 

■Cecil John Hubbard, Capt. 4r Lt.Col. Grenadier/ 

Guards V 

Charles B. Reynard* m. ('apt. *f- Lt.Col. Gren. C<U. . 
L. J. Oliphaui, ( apt. «f J J. Col. Grenadier Guard.-* .. 
William Dickinson,' CS I. Major, h.p. Itoinbay S.C. 
Charles Tatham Uitchins, Lt Cul. Bengal Stall" Corps' 7 Jan. 

Thomas Wakefield, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps ixx Jan. 

S. F. M. T. Grant, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps ..20 Jau. 
Henry Seymour Robinson, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. .*> Jan. 
L. 11. P. Dellochcpied Lar]ient, Lt.Col. Itengal S. C. 20 Jan. 
Alex. Howe Bramley, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps ..J20 Jan. 
Fred. Miunuulnen Arnistronir, CB. Lt.Col. Ben. S. C.Uo Jan. 
William Ab»'>re Lane, J f.Cot. Madras StaffC'orps ...20 Jan. 
Thomas Boone Kverest Tennnnt, Lt.Col. Muilras S.C.I20 Jan. 
Lester Horatio Sibtherpc, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C....'2o Jau. 
Arch. Kdwards Cnniplivll, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corp* *'o Jan. 
Henry Crosby Barry Barnett, Lt.Col. Madras S. C. jio Fel). 
George Carr Ilotlduig, Lt.Col. Madras Stuff Ci>r]w- •• 10 V^*- 
Phillip Harrison LoGeyt, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C....;2^ Feb. 
Thomas James \Vat*oii, Lt.Col. Mcugal Staff ('ori)s 20 Feb. 
Robert Henry Ctiuliffr, Lt.Col. Madms Staff Corps 13 Junes 
Robert Hint-ell WootUiousv. Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C. 13 Junes 
Cecil David James Dorid. Lt.Col. Bombav Staff C. ..•13 June 5 
Willi.-ugubyChuH. Stanley Clarke, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 13 June «; 

Hugh Watson, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 13 Junes 

James Houlbrooke Drummond, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 1 14 June 5 
Thomas Walter Rutherford, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 14 Junes 

14 June 5 
16 Juno s 



16 May 
10 May 
23 Nov. 



65 



S May 67' 
1 Aug. 68 



66 : 2 F0I1. 

26 Feb. 
1 Apr 

17 May 
74 to .inly 



75. 

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7° 
70 



'.4 iB Dee. 66 
r (, 20 1 >eo. 66 20 Dec 
■ 9 Au;'. o; 17 Feb. («> !-• Aug. 7c 

60 30 Dec. 64 17 Apr. 69 »2 Aug. 76 



JuljSi 



6 Feb. 6t 17 Apr. 6y' '17 Sejit 76' 

j 10 July 60 ! 18 Aug. 69 !■- 7 Sept. 70 



• 17 Oct. 66 29 Dec. 69 1 9 De«; 

fi 5 Dec. 54 i3 Feb. 61 18 Jan. 68*19 Dec 



31 May 55 27 Ma j* 60 1 6 Feb 
5 July 54 11 Jan. 63 11 Jan. 

5 Oct. 55*20 Jan. 63^0 Jan. 
28 Dec. 5=1 20 Jan. 63 '20 Jan. 
28 Feb. 5^> 2> Jan. 63 20 Jan. 
23 Nov. 5' 10 Jan. 6j 20 Jan. 
.'3 N'iv. 5(j,-*o .bin. 63 20 Jan. 
23 N.a\ 56 20 Juit. 03 20 Jan. 
23 Nov. s<> jo Jan. 63 20 Jan. 
23 Nov. 56 20 Jan. 63 20 Jan. 

6 June 57 20 Jau. 63 ^o Jan. 

20 Jan. 54 10 Feb. 63 10 Feb. 

23 Nov. 56 10 Feb. (i) i<» Feb. 

. 3 Oct. 5(- 2.) Feb. 63 j- 1 Feb. 

23 Nov. 56 20 Feb. 03 20 Fi-b. 
11 Feb. 55 13 Juno 63 13 June 

24 Mar. 55 13 June 63 13 June 
30 June 5^ 13 June 63 13 June 
23 Nov. 56' 13 June 03 13 June 
23 Nov. 56 13 June 63.13 June 
1 3 May 5s 14 June 63 14 Juno 

10 A]»r. 50 14 June 63 14 June 
John Shand Donglas Uoltoii, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C... 14 June 51 23 Nov. 56 14 June 63 14 June 
Evelyn Medows Norie, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps... 16 Juno 51 28 Jan. 54 16 Juno 6316 Juno 

Ralph Vivian, Captain f Lt.Col. Scots Guards 29 Nov. 64^9 Aug. 68- 

Frederick Thomas Baiubridge, Lt.Col. Bengal S. CV20 Jan. 52 23 Nov. 56 20 Jan. 64I15 Aug. 
William L. Twentyman, Major, h.p. 19 Hussars jn Mar. 50 16 Oct. 6020 Mar. 64 15 Aug. 



CharlosMatthcwGrimtb, Lt.Col. Homliay Staff Corps 1 3 June 54 

George Francis Bevillc, Lt.Col. Bombay Stuff Corps! 4 Sept. «;«; 

Thomas Deimehy, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 20 July 51 23 Nov 

Hon. Edw. li. Trafalgar Digby, Capt. 4- Lt. Col. ) I ' ai .. 

fv>iii- im., :■ _'3 Alar 



23 Nov. 56 8 June 6* 15 Aug. 68 n July 77 



4 Jan. 5S 4 Sept. '7 15 * U V- 



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11 Jan. 
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: 2o Jan. 
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20 Jan. 77 
20 Jan. 77 
20 Jan. 77 
10 Feb. 77 
10 Feb. 77 
20 Feb. 77 
20 Feb. 77 
13 June 77 
13 June 77 

13 June 77. 
13 Jnne 77 1 

13 Jnne 77' 

14 Juno77' 
14 June 77. 
14 June77| 

10 Juno 77J 
30 June 77 

11 July 77 
11 July 77 13 Apr. 8x 



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56 20 July 6 j jo July 71 20 July 77 
ur. 6'i ?3 M.ir. ( 3 ; J-vpt 77 



LimtfmatU Cokmeh. 



Wa Lonrrj- Corry, Capt. f Lt.Col.', 

Weill. FuLii'it! ci./v." +"i(.'aJi"tio]ii- 

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10 Apr. s a ■» J» n '-' ; " 'I'" 1 



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■ Uon Wo»i, i'.Cu;. Rojai Marina...., 
liplia Caray. Lt.Cut. R'.'.v»l Bnifinwrs 
' Way, JJ.O»l. Mad™» SUIT Corp. ...| 
Incut, J.I f«(. llomlmv Ku.;Vl.V)[|>n , 

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Jer Justice, «.&!. MadraaSlaffC. 

roll, Lt.Cal. Royal Artillery 

:*r, Oipf. * KCM. gaoMGunnla 

rfcli Lt.CU. BrHnbaySlan-Corpe 



lie Footman J*ei_ 

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la Wmalay, W.C'o!. Hoyal A 



Lieutenant Colmieh. 



If>r4Y.. W. Pollmm [iiiniim.'.f.ruf.u.p. Rifle Brie 
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Iti-o in.'. /J.C'.J. Lii.-rif.-Hl Staff Corps 

-' '•.(■;»(. Madni.SuilfUi " 
■ombsy Staff Corps 
i. £MW. Bombay 8. 



Charici. 

Patrick Wilatii 

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wry Auchinltc. 



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3. O'Neill, f, C»l. laineaahiro Fun. i» 

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I leutenant Ooltmelt. 



George FaTfabMt Ka.ve. LI < >■!. u, 

J ilt n,,.|.- i ,,Wi.kHor ■ 

Andrew Allri 'II..: II 
Bent, (it Foot! ... 
Hugh Cbicl 



™ 1 le»ou.I.l.O>(.Kini! , i1 



r, W. Yorkshire I 



...ti. U.i: 



|'.,n..-. H..|.rv Thin.. , 

W,llj. |,, ,(. ■■.!,' I'.-li. 1-1 I ■■■.■'. Mmlr.i- Stuff Corps 

M 1 i I ,i...'iiiiiri'.:].L'. /■' '.v.' M»<i™» Stuff Corp* 

H, T ,. S . : , M- - r:.i I--. . J' I.-' !'..!■-■!■ S' i" < ■ II- 
(Jeerse Rowlnncln™. Ll.Col. Mucin. 9M <"„r|* 
Krcl.'rick WWL-r, if.l'»l. Itanuiil simr i -■■)■- ■■ 
' " "—ien-i.ii, /.( '■■<. H».]r 1S Stall i;..i 



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Hi'iirv IV I. /■'.'<>' HilU' IlrJjtii'Li. 

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Edward M. He; " 



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Uriiiy LllnVene* Ua.rwt.rd. 2J.(M Dei Ipysbjre | 

aSfeifetJww rutin li fw nigg siairc 

jSri'ijuM ,Imi.*!> l.rahani. /.' (■' lt>->»: MafiDM 
, ■ i ..... („.- I In of iViran-liri Ouanli 
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jnhii tfewboW Wiitoo. tf rw MmIim su.ff i '-n* 

,.„ ■...:■...■■' ■ . 

n. Gordon Tr.v.r. to CM llnn.|.e,y Sloif Corps 
„„ipletor. Penuj. i-i '»: H. it] Arusery 
Chariot M. Hlociwell. CB 



H Col e»n>nb 



Sl'il.l'.f.l. f 

1.1, fn ;■.-■» M. 

HLRhlande.^ , . 
John Whaley W»U"t. if Co' B"ir.ln>v SmlTi -.fp« 

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rniicls Bruititinu, I'''"'- lil-.'iic-s-ieniliire Lloiil- ' 



i Apbton Tupillor 

inihMi iinii, M'*>w, J »-"— - - ™-. .-— - 

Fr.'il<-ri(rV !>■' Iluttn iJiMii', Xnjar, W. York- i 
- ' FiMt) J 

Hmnilion AJg»r, il*jor, Kwir'i i 

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Bojal RiBct . 
Fred. Cii'i-.rjtr Bnvlny, I'.r..F ll..yiil .\T-(-.ll.:iy 
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JsjTry.lrf.n !Th(,rni™! «.C »—' ■-i»— 

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(17 Fwti 



1 I . .', 1 1 . . ,l..)i!i (.■niiiiL-r Iti-I*rts, .l/.yof, Norfolk) 

Keel m Faotl .1 

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12 Sept. So 
» Sept Be 



Oct. 7t|»Oct. 80 



Lieutenant Outmtefo. 



tulip Henry SftD.il 1st 
kartapSteoey For 



J.'.C.,' I1.,t:i1 Ari-lk-rr... 
,. Lt.lcl Royal ArLilleiy 
moiir.JAf.W. RHI.j Hnciulo 
i, /.f.CW. Lciiittal Regi- ' ' 



n Nov. m 37 Sej>t.6o: 3 



j.-hmon.l. Houk1iU.ii. U iul. Madras BmflTurui! ... t 

rimer Vivian. I.I. Col. Bengal Slaff Corps | ( 

leiamier John Viuu-rt, U.C-A. iioniony Staff Corpa- % 

!eiuiii(U'rM'(Jfiii!i, /.f.f>(. Mruiruii Sruff Corps ' {. 

mlcriek DohdoIIo rlarhmt.:.., tr.f'W. Hpnga] B.C. .« 

tuimu Lowndes. Lt.Cal. Wnrimii Staff Cor r is re 

ryan Wm. Brmitihtnn. L> Ci-J MmtinB Staff Corpn it 

,-__,_.,._-_ ,■ ../.i ■.--,h„ v staff Corps .. lie 

' "ingal Staff C ... « 
Staff Corp* lie 

■™*eTyndall. WIW. MKdma Stuff Torps lie 

laltheir H. Hale. Zl. C<M\ Sooitilli Kitlthi ia'iF.).i 
■er.n! ttanimill. /.f.CrJ. (iun!,,,, Hi,fhlnr..li'ra [j= !■'.) .6 
ticbar.! Abraham Manners, if, Co.. Lothian Regt. i | 

(■ Foot) ., , ) |" 

■ ix.-iKu". '■ <■ ■■ M.i !■ ■ = -- 
narV-. Wm i a.r, ; . ■*".. J.- . o: Hr...-. Staff iY n ■ ,., 
t..i.<l»)-Knirl<M)|> K M.nne Artillery. CO. i 






:.th»nl u rharibu.. (*(■( ^ 

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barto Uerer»pl. Zl 
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J Heneal Muff i ort 
.pi *irMW Greaa. 

Htaff I'nrjia 

r •■■ 

Borne. t'o.1. 
Walota {41 K. ■ ■■ 



IT Corp, 



' tVoitai Staff << 



ir> William Jwlell. /J (W. tKomil HtaffCorp* 
:.i K>t !-a i*- ...jr...-. II el. H-dra- Staff.: 
nam Coy nit K.ctett*. (r Co/ Baojral Staff C 
>• K.rharJ .smitbwe1!i;cvrj» mapUiuii Cotiua, 1 
i'V * £*(»■. b.p i-c.t. t.uar.1. . i 

■v.. Hl.lb Ho*. £>IW W Hr-.l.nl.lte BCSt-lftr*] 

.an Kdaard Ulaclmr:!. /.( < ' ((■ >•- Aru.ierv 
' ."ho WiUiani Campbell, in.''. M (W. Ko)>; J 

' Ulerj J 

Henry Bell K.ug>u>y, If Vol llatupeb.rs 1 

■ -Footl 1 

ibeni'nuiicr. Hiier. 11 .val ArtiUery 

it lli..«. M >■.". H-iv*" K--«ineer* 

• Hw- •!-. "'bite. IB. £1 Co' Cutiloa, 



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Lilian Bury ill Holme*. U..,„r. Hiiea: Engine. 
"or/Do Grey War*.. Ku,^. It.iy,l Aruller 

Job Hui B hU,ii, JU.,.-. H-.v.l aro.icrj- 

"^tPwree L'eiir-..i.. »w h -ilT.ilk Idrirt. (1 

■'- ' ■ - ' .■ :. ■It.ill'l'oi-jia 

HcoksI -StaffCorTra 



W*( Ourlot Allreii On 

>•«*• Unon, if.CW 

>Fooil J: 

Jin. Onh^o oweo. W C^ hei.tal siatTCorpa 1 

™<Tli«miK>B, ir« fv r, Huy*l Kujii.-.eem 

'"IwUltadliii Aucbinlwk. Mhjot, Knyi.l Artillery 
*"' rlfllan.Gr.^ea jjandeman, AlC'Jj/. Hujor, t ; 

>>anl BuffL'tnpi > 

"fltric* Lunce, .Ifa/ur, Uoiiirnl KtairOrp. 

1 ■'■~ic:.t Ji,nn-K tiriKirln. Jf,r ;.-.,-. lk:n:Mil -Stiirl- fi>T;i» 
J ,"^':. lli,«J Mnutb. Jf»jo< . l!u:i K i.l iJtJ.IVl'urpn 

,(, ":e=Ha'.-|.T. .1/,//^, \1 ;..!:. L-htirff Corp. 

It iLtur Kni.ii.uiii'd. ilnj'.r, Kuiik.i1 Slnir I Imps ... 

'." .--^Unrris ltir-1, ,ll«i='. Mmlnu Staff t.!onn 

" : 'li:: Arthur Til Isml, l(;im-. firjv.ll Artillery 

J'l*rt(.-«,1 Richard Cliffor.1. i/irior. IViiKnl S. C. j 

J 1 "™ JI,r,-h P.ari, J' UJ »f . lieu, nJ Si.all CorpB ! 

"«uy rlMhurmt Hiuinn. .U.r..„r-. H L -nL'*l rit .IV Colin ; 
™.t Cole Itaacorn. .!/..;<.-. l(o- a) Artillery 
■>C'-- (.aider 5trv,s>!., )t-j;'. lUnji.l fjUHfl 
Jci.il frineu, KiiaUeraldC.l.p* 
Kn ">o» BeaomuTH Hurualir, 

""Kliei.-i. ( S r r'.atl 

*"J«i uerard JJyron. Lt.< 

„,»dl«lfalfnoL) , 

'^le.Richar.ll'einiu.,-..-....; 
"n-J.Crampton, tf.CW. H l.i 



18 Dee. 6a 3 Oct. 



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11 Dec. 36 3 Aug. 67] 1 Apr. ■ 



•e -6 17 Apr- 5B14 Mnr. 6 S !:3 Nov. ■ 



i Jan. 64 1 1 Dec. to 1 Apt 
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r Apr. 58 11 Dec. 65,16 Jan. 7 S 
,ilar. 5 ti r 9 Jnn. 66 16 Jan. r - 

J Nov. 56 1 Mar. 67 " Mar. ■ 



Dee. Mao S ... 

10 Oct 67 1 Jnu. ;6 j 
3 Feb. 68 8 Fell. 76 " 



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Sept, 3 6 iAue-63 


tOct. 


Sept. 58; 3 Jan. 65 


.Oct 



Lieutenant ColonAs. 



Wsiirf;-. 1 . i-i-f :,:■,!. .V...W, Maur«« Stuff Corr* 

II. .r.ici-sr .J :.. Kvr.li.-, .'/,„.,■. i:...i-,.i smiriv.riis .. 

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Robert Cotton Monej-. jU.CW. Bnnn: staff O .n.n . . ^ 
Cnirlw Itichurd MuttLuw-. t.i.CI rivt.uiil SmiTi 

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8 1-95 War Services of the Lieutenant Colonels, 

I Lt. Colonel G. G. Gordon served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55. including the battles of Alma, 
Balaklnva, and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and sortie of 26th Oct. ; was Aide de Cntnp to Geucral Simp- 
son from 22nd Aug. to 12th Nov. 1855 (Medal with four Clasps. 5th Cla*.s of the Medjidie, and Turkish Modal). 

* Lt.Colonel Aytoun served in the Southern Mahratta campaign of 1844-45, including the siege and capture of 
the forte of PunoUa, Pownghur, Monohur, and Munsuntosh. Served in suppression of the Indian mutiny in 1858-59, 
including the pursuit of Tantia Topee, actions with Bhccls, siege of Dwarka, and action of Somnassa (Medal). 

8 Lt.Colonel Kennion served the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, including the battles of Moodkee, Forozeshah, and 
Sobraon (Modal and two Clasps). Siege of Delhi m 1857, slightly wounded on the 18th July, and severely wounded 
through left arm and chest on 6th August (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

4 Lt.Colonel S. Darling served in the Crimea as Deputy Assistant Quarter Mastor General 1st Division 
subsequent to the fall of Sebastopol from October 1855 to the 1st May 1856. 

* Lt.Colonel Pedder served with the 39th Regt. in the Crimean campaign from the 31st Dec. 1854 to the 39th July 
1855, including the siege of Sebastopol and assault of the Redan on the 18th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish 
Medal). 

6 Lt.Colonel G. E. Francis served with the 20th Regiment in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the 
action* of Chanda, Umeerporo. and Sulta> pore, siege and capture of Lucknow (Medal with Clasp). 

7 Lt.Colonel W. Dickinson served throughout the Pnnjaub campaign of 1848-49, and whs present at the siege 
and Murrendpr of M >oltan, battle of Goojerat, pursuit and surrender of the Seikh army (Medal with two Clasps). 
Served witli th« 1st Sind Irregular H >rse during the Persian expedition in 1857, and was present at the sir g« and 
capture of the Fort of Awah (Medal with Cl.iso . Was detached in command of a Squadron of the 3rd Sind Horse 
to Rajpoot na in March 1859; employed aguiint the Marree Tribe iu 1859 (thinked by the Governor General). 
Was detached in command of a Squadron of Sind Homo to the Nuggur Parkur Field Force from July to December 
1859. Served witn *he Expedition to Abyssinia, in 1867-68, iucluding the operations against Magdala (Medal;. 

10 Lt.Colonel W. W. Knollys served with th*» Scots Guards in the Eastern campaign up to Sept. 1854, including 
the siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

II Lt. Colonel W. C. Justice served with the 75th Regiment during the Indian campaign of 1857, and wes present 
at the siege of Delhi from 23rd June (in command of the Light Company from 13th Sept.), storm and capture of the 
city (Medal with Clasp). 

" Lt Colonel W. E. Brown served with the 57th Regiment in the Crimea from 5th Fob. 1855, including the siege of 
Sebastopol, attacks of the Redan on x 8th Jure (with the storming Column) and 8th Sept.; also at the bombardment 
and surrender of Kinboum (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Commanded a party 
of the 57th Regiment with the Column under Brigadier Coghlan at the attack and capture of the Arab village of 
Sheik Othmau on the 18th March 1858 (meutioned in despatch, and thanked in General orders). Served in the 
New Zealand war in 1861 (Medal). 

13 Lt.Colonel W. H. Knight landed with the 48th Regiment, in the Crimea on the 2tsW April 1855, and served at 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

14 Lt. Colonel H. Montagu served with the 8th Uu*sars the campaigns of 18 8-50 m Rajpootana and Central India, 
and was pr- sent at the capture of Kotah, re occupaton of Chundaree, battle of Kotah ke Serai, capture of Gwalior, 
and act 01m of Koordrye and Boordah (Medal and Clasp). 

11 Lt.Colonel W. J. Bell servtd in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1858 with the 74th Highlanders, and was 
present at tbe storm and capture oi" the town and Fort of Nurgooud (M-dal). 

16 Lt.Colotu 1 Thomas Gontie served with the 17th Lancers in India iu 1857-59 ; was appointed Acting Interpreter 
to the 17th Lancers and Staff officer to the 2nd Cavalry Column Malwa Divi-ion (mentioned in despatches, Medal), 
and wa* present at the action of Zcrapore. 

18 Lt.Col nul F. Eteson served with ti.e 18th Royal Trish throughout the second Burmese war, including the capture 
of Mart<b:-.n. Rmgoon. Prome, aud the Douahew stoc<udea (Mvdal with Clasp for Pegu). 

19 Lt.Colonel H. G. E. Somerset served with the Capo Mounted ttiflemen in the Kaffir war of 1847, and in that 
Of 1850-52 (Mcrial). 

10 Lt.Colonel W. M. Dunbar served with the 34th Reeiment in the Crimea from the 12th July 1855, including the 
siege and fall of Sebastopol. and assault of the Rt-dan on the 8 h Sept. (Me ial with Clasp and Turkish Medal). 
Also in the Indian ramp*iiCTis in 1857-59. including the actions at Cawnporo ou 26th 27th and 2«tli Nov. 1S57. siege 
and capture of Lucknow, relief of Azimghur. defe t of the rebels at Bootwul, and affair at Bhowanie (Meial with 
Clasp). Served with the 2nd Baitalion 24th Regiment in the Kafir war of 1878. Commanded the i«t Battalion 
24th Kegiruent in the second advance into Zululand iu the war of 1879, and was present in the engagement at 
Ulundi (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, xedal with Clasp). 

n Lt.Colonel W. F. Butler served in the 69th Regiment with tho Field Force which repellod an incursion of Fenians 
into Canada in May 1870. Served throughout the A-hanti war from the 23rd October 1873. and was employed as 
Special Commissioner to the Western A kirns (mentioned in despatches, substautivo rank of Major, CH., Medal 
withCla*p). 

** Lt. Colonel G. C. Bartholomew commanded a mounted Detachment of the 10th Regiment during the operations 
againsr the rebels in the Shahabad district, from 9th Oct. 18 B to 4th Jan. 1859. an, l wa » several times engaged 
(mentioned in despatches, Medal) Served in the Abyssinian Expedition in 186a 1 Medal). 

24 Lt.Colonel P. L. H. Lyon served in tho Crimean campaign from Dec. 1854 up to Sept. 1855. including the siege 
of Sevastopol, and in the Trenches with the siege train at t*io bombardments of 9th April, and 6th and 17th June 
(Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served in tho Indian campaign in 1857-58. including the action of Pandora, 
storm and capture of Meangunge, siege and capture of Lucknow, action of barree. capture of Rampore Kussie, 
affairs of Muchagawn Tigree. relief of Azimghur, operations in the Jungle aud capture of Jugdospore (Medal with 
Clasp). 

* Lt.Colonel R. C. Mart : n served with the io'h Regiment at the siege of Sebastopol from 31st Aug. 1855, and wt»» 
dangerously wounde<t at the ns-ault of ihe Redan on the 8tu September (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

26 Lt Colonel H. T. Jonc* served in Bengal with tho ioth Regiment in suppr»ssi< n of the mutiny in 1857-58; in- 
cluding »he actions of Chanda. Umni* era pore, and Miltnnpore. siege and c* ture of Lucknow (Medal with Clasp). 
Served in 1 he A ghan war • f 1878 80 as Brigade Major Pesbawur Fi» Id Force, and wa*» present at the capture of 
Ali Musjid ; took part in the expedition into the linear Valley as Orderly Officer to Brigadier General Tytler, 
and in tl e expedition into the l.nghn an Valley as Brigade Major (mentioned in Brigadier General Macpherson'ft 
report). Wa> afterwards Brigade Major with tho Koorum Field Force, and ►orved with the Zaimnsht Expe- 
ditionary Fo»ce, including ihe aUait at z-awa (mentioned in Brigadier General Tytler's report; Brevet of Lt.Col., 
Medal with Clasp). 

87 Lt. Colonel K. J. Maxwell served w ; th 'he 80th Regiment in the Indian mutiny and campiign in Oude in. 
1858-59, including t'ie capture of the Fort of Simree, a -turn- of B«ra and Doondeakera (Medal). 

""Lt.t olonel W. H. Hurland served in tho Crimea from 16th June 1855. including the siege and fall of Sebastopol 
and assault < n the Cemetery on the 18th June (Medal with Clasp and 'Turkish Mc<ial). 

w Lt. *. olonel G. A. Furse served with the 42* d Highlander* in tho campaign of 1857-58 against the mutineers in. 
India, including the actions at Kudygunge arid Shumt«abad, siege and tall of Lucknow, and assault of tho 
Martini* re and Banks' Bmgalow attack on the Fort of Rooyah action at Ally gunge, attack ami capture or 
Bareilly (Medal with Clasp). Accompanied Sir Gamei Wolselev to the Gold Coa*t in September 1873 on special 
servii-e, and served throughout the Asbanti war of 1873-74. Employed at first on a recruiting mission in the 
settlements of the Gambia Afterwards in charge of the advanced party of Wood's Regiment in ti.e reconnais- 
sance in force of ihe 2 th November, and subsequent advance to the Prah. Commanded tho Head Quarters of 
Wood's Regiment at the battle of Amoaful, and was* present at the battle of Ordahsu and capture of Coomassio 
(mention d in despatches. Brevet of Maj r. Medal with Cla>p). 

31 Lt.Colonel R. T Thompson landed with the 56 h Regiment in the Crimea on tho 25th Aug. 1855, served in tho 
trenches at the si-go of Sebastopol, and was present at the final assault (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 
Served also in India during the mutiny in 1858. 



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ii Jr.' "-.. J/u,,.r, RriyaJ E riKijirir* 



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■ ni.ri.ion. Xthr. fcrnlArUUM 
If.,;.,,-. Td.vnl Artillery 

.IV. t. V ;..,-. Ij. .■.-,, I Artilu-rj- i 

. Vaior, HoTil ArtillitiT . I 

■ I'vV". .If ■ [(,.v:,l Arhll.rv 

i.n Urn—. Roy»l Artillery '■ 

IllM.L-. .'/-.J"'. I.,,-,,,,,.,,! Htx , ,- ,...„, , 

eir, V..,...-. R„y,l Artillcn 

ion Burlaw. Wi/w. R.,™i"AH.l ery 

i BUI '-. .V.,..jr, [(.„■:, i \ r Bin 

T.yilO'. ITa/or, Raj.l ArtilJei-y ... 

■im.ri, Jf.iw, Ro.wl Knieiwon ' ._ I, 

„ If,,...-, s.i-.-i Kt tt < ■ -.--, F.,.,u , 

flTI'*, Cap**, h.p. B(, p. (!. o. of I'eTjMOIMH*...'! 

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.. 'f '. V Urn- 1 1n™ !!.... , (7 !-',„,,, ..'■ 

f £oil.l'>u. iliif?, Hiival K'lirinnors 

i'l..lf.:,,.r ij,,,-,,] Marine* 3 

,,..[ ]>—niir.l. <;,,/..,,. ii.ji. R„y,.] Mi.rlr...-. J ^ 

<• HnltoB, Mii / iip iv«kti h'u»iiicr« i-i F'io'i 

rl. .If.,,,,.-. T!,,i.i] Ki.iinr-.-i-, 

*'S>ilH, JfUMP. RllJ-.l KlIIflll^TS ...'. 

■11 L-.-.l' M.-ii.-,-., If. (SI .If.,,.,,. !{ ,;. . , eQra .. , 

■ 1,r .Vino. ""•■ '■ It"i:il I :•, - Tir : .. , i 

■ l.-l Ii Mr,. i-.V.i If . ,. i. ,,..|..,i:,.. 1 ,|,™p, 

Immhcail, Jiuf-f,! 1 '■ \\„\. . )-..,- ,|.. r ... . .... f.l'j 

V'oi. Tirnw 1.1 iniuii, I ■■;..'„ ,-„ Suit,, rl mil Mi-li- < ' 

Foul) B .l! 1 

..-,-, .in!..! l-ni'li.-y vi .,.1,1 ' i „,.i (,,.,. I.., :j 

■Old. J/.i:--. lo|J. U'l-lLlmt Si ill' I orin ,' 
Wbdmb, Major, Irish Ifcjj. ,, B f^y . 3 



„.„.i : 



iMiirifijj sJ'iljTij 
nFrb. « 5 July jj, 1 



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SvKSj- 



Jvii'.s 






■ 1 Apr. 6« i> Apr. 731 
=*.Jnnnw!i> Apr nj 

11 Sl-pt.*o Ui M»]f JJ| 



:< AilBT. 71 

■5 \UK. 7.1 



if. SSl 3 i (Vt 



ij Mnr. 7 . 



iiMR. «*\ * <i-V- ldAH^ T 



Majors. 



i, Major, Royal Artillery 

'ST. Thompson. Major, h.p. Si Foot; Stcrr-t , 

t,,*t It. MiWarr Anl— S 

.it, Mojor.h.v. j Dr. Gel*. Orrolry Droot >. 

m-.'rt^ur, ft.,.1 n p Mil Train.S.O.ofPetllioneri i: 



ib Feb. ,e 7 Jan. «i» 



Dunn: 

Willi*, n, 1 rv VI,!.. -V....,-. h..i.il Am. II. 

Willie ..'>■. i; ...vl ,MMil.-rv 

Edwa . , I ■■ if..-. .,. |: ... 

Henr; i .,. i; .... I .y.f; Ai-iiili.-rv . .. 

Wm..' ,w,,i..h. :i.„.„: t;..v:.i au.I1, 

Franr. „ . '» . If „..■„,. li,, A „l Artill.ry 

Fatm .1/ ....... 1: 1 lii.^imi.!-.. 

Henri i! .... 1.'....... | { „y,.| (■;„„ .r* ... 

Wm. e- ■ ■■... M:i 111, ,-t.ll i , ..r|... . 

Willis .. ■■-. .,,„!.,.„,, .<!.<■■„-. U.-miI Artillery.... 

David i!.. . . ;■ .. I. ;/. . . ];. .-.■ [.;... -, ,-, .. 

Arena : J, r ■ I .ln„t... .•/.. ;...■. I:--:. I i:.. t n„-,r 

II ,._._.,;. i. „:,.--. ,,.... ,._ ,,.„,,, ].;,„,„„.,.,., 

■r». Major, H.iyHlArl 



Bamnpl Duiilui.. ,V«/«r, It.vul Artillery . 

EdlvaH 1. ■..-,-, !/■ ■,-...■. Ii..i : ,.l Alllll.rl" 

John Miipo Htj-wu.-j, .if.,,,,.-. II „al i:„uin8«ri... 

William lic.rni' Miirruv. -If,.,"". Ii.p. !!■■■ i'i.l f-lnll' ( urpe 

June-. i*«-!« llr-l s !.„,v. Jf. ,,.„-. s-u-.i, MiilCjrdaliire Regt. ) 

l&> ruoj),, ,„ „ i 

George William Ht.rr.1i1i I... . }{,,;,.,, 1; .vnl Artillery 

Qoorge temt U H.ii.n, .1/..,.,,, Ii,„,il Artillery 

Hurry Admr Trawy. Molar. Royal Anitlwr 

Henry J .In I .-, ,, ,, M,„.. J/,.,..,.. Kn.vt.1 Artillery 



WLliaiL . , . .,: , .if „.,-. 1;,., .| An. ,!,l. - 

Kdwaroj II. „.i r „..,. ,/.,..,. Il.,.„l A.i.l'rrv 

RdwanJ l.lad.toiie,' .„,,/,„„. 1,.,, n,,v.l limine Artillery .. 

Aloianii.v 1 :i,. . 1-1 — |i.,viil-.n., .1/. ..'...-, Ki.y.l Artillery 

Lechmi., U.i^L'll. l)..,-,.r. !,.[>. Hnmliav SLa IT Corps 

Wm. WQlpnlell.inl.rt-l!, Ma'er. Itival Artillery 

EdwnM Di.laval ■ L" . . i- 1 ._■ r . . r 1 , Ma.,.. r . H..v»I Artillery 

Henry [',. „<.,■ I'm ,...,!;. M. ,/,„■, [(,.■.:, I A r 1 , 1 1 .. 1 , 

Euwam II..,! -.,(■..-; 1. k h.,!.'i. M ,■". [:.i-,iil A nil t'ry 

Arthur I :--,i, .-vi el.... u. W-i.-.r. I- -■:::.. -i:,ni , ,.rpe 

? < l W "5 l *-'- <--. i« 1 r-j l . u 1 V.ri.-r. Ii.i,.r:.l SIiiH'Corps 

Juhn Pyin' 1 tin 1 r .v. ,;,.,■, hi.inim.i- Mull' Corps 

BamuelUot.., kyU-. J/.i/..r, It-vi'.l Artillery 

Frederick t ,.r.->i .1,1,1. 1/, ...,.,■ >l ...j .-.-. iff Corps. .. 

""— unghSI, 



Jloa. Albert 1 . . ' [■ ■■' ii ... 

Edward Wi i,., u ,, _ - - . >, 

Richard Samuel Roberta. Major. Madras Staff C 
Joseph Guorgo Shanks,' Major, tap. Royal Marl 
Henry Peter P. Nash, Volar, Bengal Stair Ourp 
William Anderson, Malar, Madras Staff Corps.. 
Edmund G. Morrogb, Mater. Madras Staff Corp 
Richard Mercer J.Wd, Major, Bombay Staff C, 
Arthur Marriott Lya, Malar, Mad-as Staff Corpr 
Edward Albert Wood. Major, Madras Staff Corr 
Alfred Bloomlleld, Mcpor, Bengal SiaffCormi 
John G. Kratine Crimtlu, Jf- - - 
John Henchel, Malar, Royal 
Edward Cunningham, Malar, 1 
Isaac Peat Westmorland. Mala. . ___„ „ . . . . 

Arthur Charloa Padday. Major, Koyal Enfrinaera.... 
George Algerne- " " "- 



13 Nov. 56 « Mar. 68 , 



1, Mer. ? f;6 Apr. rk>; 4 Msr & 



Al. 






■ mliaj Staff Corpa... 



I. a/.t.iv.-. It<iTBl Artillery... 



b Holland, Major, MaiiraadlflfrtVirpi. .. 
_ ..«]», JfoioF, Lincoln .hire Kegt. (loFoot 

Willium BLi^et. M«,<*; Iloylil Artillery.... 

Wm. SUiplord Matinsell Major, Royal Artillery 
Francis B. Mfddleton. Major. Madras Staff Corps.. 

Edward Temple, Major, Beng-1 PtalT Corps ... 

Charles O. Sargeannt, Major, Madran Staff Corps ... 
William Thomas Much, Major, South Walts Bordere: 
George Gordon Young, Major, Bengal Staff Corps... 
Henry Thomas Harris, Major, Madras Staff Corpa ... 

^.j . ,'. I. , ■— «■- II f"-.-™l qHHT^m, 






..... I'ltllan, Major, litDani Staff Cgrp8 
.M Vmh.; Mtyor, Bengal Muff L'01 .«. ... 



iffCorpa.. 



ij June-' ( .i Apr ■ J ' Junet* ' June f- 

if Juno ,1, _■<:. I 5 i. 1, June.- 1 : n .Itinr }6- 

14 Junejo'17 June 57' '* Jnna«s'i4 Jnn«7S: 



.:. - Mixtion. J(«w, H 

,-.,.■- IV, ,:.,„,. ,1/„,..r. M,„lr:,- .- 

.Germld. Jfa/or, BcuKnl SHUT ('--p. 
ve>*r, J/„>r, iidur.l-li to IukIh Tat i.l K 
I H m iri ,i.(,... .I/..,.,,-. Mi., If ,. Si i - 

C-xik.' V.w. h.|i. IWlr.m Staff l.\.rpt .. 
ain Si-iUju, .V-rior, UMnit Staff I'oqii 
Bid llnvi-laxii, J/.i>r. iteninl si»ff t'.irni 
Tillu Ouuniuiuey. Jf-u'w, Royiii Art. Itry 
.-.r,;r ili-ki--uii. : 31wr. MiiI(jIi»ti K-fl I 
le»w i-lavrnir, J/./,.,., l^ottnl Hteff Cnrpi 
uluhunp Leggett. 1'-" «-!-. 
Main Tu.unruj. it-j, 

rl IHI Nvii.tr;...,.',,:-, Ufi.«u!SMI 

i..u<iill. .t/.i,„r. Med™. SIKir t_.u-| • 

MiK" li'.'1-i me. .I/..,,.,-. It..-. 

mm lt..i,.v. H.. ;,..-, lUiim. 9t»,IT l"..rp. 



.-ti»h»™ 'I'lim.i tr. .i/. ( /,„, llu.v.; Kinni"-™ 

11... I,,,-. l-i,-..r, i/.,„... ]:...„] -■ ;. .-<■ 
illw. J/.yji-, lt..-],» ; .[ Sniff tlori» 
-uBmi.il, J/.i>i-. lii.i,ii,„_v Stuff Carpi 

. .I/,,,.,--, II,, ml my Sl.'M' r.irLi* . ., -. .. 

.mpuell H«-et*iri. J/a/or, Miulru Suiff Uor 

ert lrfriTur.nl llitctiL-II, iliiier, Ri.ynl Artiller; 



;;:,„. 



Llcb.nl Frank 

ycuiri. W,i/w. ft.1,.,1 EwiKr. 

m .SJ,, 1 -.,l/.„., r ,Mu,l,-.,.Sl J rlT 



..Janes' tJu'v * 



. ,. M«r 6, ..July 

, >>Ani| »es)6Api 

s 78 Dec s ,.oSo..t >G 
iilMut M )oSnil69i 
S (9 Apr (Sl|S3ci.LM,: 
.>Miy s , r.J.,l>e,, 
j.,Am, ,*.oK....(o 
1 , 7 Auk. j* :« N.i». *♦ 
i,,Nov o.oUct, «*, 
>«J«IV sSjullr-t. 6J. 

S J Bopt »»"»«•. gj' 






j [lee. Mil Dec. ;o 



J. .Ill .1. ■,,!;.'.-. I/.'.- .-...-, ■■! i.lrri •- "' ■ 
■nrVlil, ,;.,. .1/.,,..... |l,.:,,;.IS:ii.l -.'!.. 

iil.l,. Irislvll. U-ii- '■ i'--\n'-:n Si.. If, , . 
ver K- ilk, il.,j«T. Mud™, guifl I'jna . 
flit. I'.iuloi'. M«/.ir, Hernial StnTf-irpit 
.oliuW Jrwuli. Xe,.„; U.jtnun)' Stuff L'.jr|« 

iT*Vii.r. M-i,;; Slu-lnn StrUT I'orp. 

iNi-l. i i:iL.l,.i-,v.rii, .i/,,,„.. Miuinu Stuff Cur[ 

Ki.'l m I. .Ii,.„.r. ll,„li-.» Sniff Corn... 

■kclil'orteuilJ, it ,-,■„■. M..lrussii»tr < ■■■!■>' < 



:-. A-l-nn. W,„. 



r. ii:.i.,-ni suiir Uurpi . 

"■ r, Ii.iri.ljnr SI UitrUnrpi 

■wu. uuniu,.!.', 4/.J1JJ-, Minims Stuff Corp" 

mry Wikou. JTrij-j-r li.i.i.i.i.v Stuff Oontu 

Iiv. Hi,.- Il.i'l,.:. If.,...:-. M,.lr.,i. Stuff l_'.. r[ .. 

■nrl-w,/. JTi/i.1-. M*ilr.tn SuffUun.. 

bolu R *»••,. Ifj/w, Hirnnnj Bluff C-irpi 

• mil. M*jor, UetiB»l Staff Uorpi , ., 

tllu- Kiunedr Ui'eu. «,i>or. liingul duff C 
oiitiWo iir,,j,rv, .!/.> ,-,.-. Ileniju fjt.Ltr . nr)n .. 
Kiiitki* olr-iver. JrTujof, Msilru SuilTCuriJ' 

trtae. Ui-jnr, )l.„i;i ,.-;,- 

■juerJiibu Tuk-. W„;,»r, Ikiiujil Sntr i'.ir|,a. . 

RtL-iuj.; 1 .s.l.ili. ilajor. liovnl K u !tin D Sit 

' ' Burnt Artillery 

■-,nl Artilliry 

___A| 8UUT Corpe 

i. M*jvr. Bunyiil Sluff Corpi 

Mr. .li.j /or. bfm-a.1 Sii.ll Uorp* 

'nnrlii I'ml. Wnller, J/.i/or, iiuiuiiiv ialall' C 

iwriiu FoorJ, -U./.vV. U«dDU BMufOana " 

jyil Ruuci-iii, il-ij-r, Kov.l Artillery. 

ittGiwk. Uajor. ttr,v,i Arrtllery 

in- !■->■, .,*.-iv.i-l. .'/, .,■.'. -VIii.lrM StuT Cnrpa - 

i«it, Kujw. Uenitil s*lsir L'orpi 

Inr Ne*[«jr. ilnjir. Uumljey duff Uoni" 

u-lei|..,u-,.'. it tt'-r. Lluj..|iji.v Suvll' L'urpH 

hi, u.w.l, 1 t'.ir. (r.rr^l,!. M..j:-t. lU.tm* SfifT C 
■oulli V.u.m, Stur". 1i.ii. U.juiiiur tiu-tr r.,rj. 

mry i.Mfc. ■-. M-i„r. NU.irM fit. tl' Corps 

"' " r, Betigal SufT Cim-iis 



-, jej. Jon. sB;,]I>ec. 



.n. ^ ;><.- it. ..-.'■■^ F I,,",. 

(■ I) ii ■' S. V,.,.. V \].,.!i:,- -I .!!' 

;.-.r tK-.i:i-ti., Jfaj.r. .ll.i.lr,.-, s..,il ,;., 
~- r, Jfajnr, lliidnu _ 

■ »hl,a V...«- . 



sTOorn 



Buvamin Pnoo White, Wj/ot, i w I. Renimant... iBDec. 

tr.1 Vicnn Bulu, .If. .■■.-. It'll nl Ai-r.ilk.rr 

r-acii B«dnley. -Il-i.,-.,,-, i; m.-il.-mi! '■,.ip»., 4 Apr. 

E-urv Viii.i.l.ii.i.,. .V„«r. J.-B,lr»ii Biaff Cur|» 7 Apr. 



I, l/.-j.jr, l(,. v ,i[ Artillery 
'■ **.-..rirari. *f.i|»r, N-irf.-lk II'.-l-!. 
- - t, OejUMlB, 6 Di 



tjuartuj..,! ■ Jan. j! 



is;; 



4 Pob. 5»l t Jim. 69 1 4 



J. S ljji3 Sept.6o 19 J»n. ; 



.8 Miiy ja! « Anr. 69 4 
iS Keb. 6a, 7 Apt. 69 r 
ijAoc.se, .4 Sept. 6910. 
•B Kar. «i q Ian. 6ns 
ettar. 5,516 1m. bs«e 



Majo r 



Pniunx Wil 1 l.inuil l/.n-r. Ilrniiilr -■ 

I'mufiB N'i'iil 1 MarLiii Mi.vunnl, Major. MriiKBl filofflVrr, ■ > 

A rtliii r Fre.lrvick L,iu 1! h',.u, Major, Madras Scoff Ca" 
.liini:-- K.tii-v I i-rn] ,:.. .1/..,,,'. Minim, S,'-!T liirl-a 

ll'ivli I.N'iniiT l-:;i:il.\ . .If mar. Royal Artillery 

K.l" II. I.. rri . rl.vti, ilai„r. li.i..-:,: - . 

Tl.'-niM,. W, 1. 1;. i,, 11... I, .11-. M.-i.-r. Hi it Hi Ani'.lirv 

[.uruo MaeiliTWliL. .W.ii.ir. I1riif.il I SUP" I . rp« 
Adam Hohr. Jfurw, tkm.hov SiaffCQrpt . . ■< 

I'in.lli- l'.ii-M' Ai.nJ.T-r,-. riirulcr, Jf-vor. "■■'"I Att.llery » 
,i.,lii, lli-niv HlutKlci ,M.,j...-. 11, mil Art. Urn 

!l ( .b"il i ■..!■-■;, i, . I • , If,,,,- lif.viil *n.Vrv 

]■ i.ri- .t,, : . i|. in. 1. -,!-.. 1 1 ,V.i ,'..,-. VY. y...ri ll»rfl In Cuoii « 

.'iimt- Hi, i- Wiiit-.-.vn, .i/....-..-. Wei-h Fusiliers (jj?ouM ... »: 

■ ii.ii , I:.. ..i..-i i.i... .. if ,.,■-. I...'.:|l t 

linn .- 11.11.,, V.,;-r. li.yol Kngl»«en 

i-i:.'.!,..|ii- r r.in.iiii.ri. i. .V.;.-,.. |:cnial s'aff ("■ rro .. " 

u :i;.. mi i,.,i,. - .•;,■., ii-vi-l ii-i.'l-,-, Mmi™. S.oir in™ " 

' I....-ii!..- H it.'-v t--.r[.,T, i .„l,ii,_.|,r.,.lWr II ■■• but SlntTI <>;j' • 
. ,■ -fil,: I.i .lf.„-..llraBal SlafftOTJje '; 



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r-!. ri,,;,. I!,( 



k-nt'iil -■■■« <'..rl» .... 

Bfi.jtf -i-f! i\,rp» 
.,- M ,, -,ir 'uriJO . 

Boroliny feoff Oorpa .. ,. 

.ffCrji-].» 

II- inn. t -i.iTi-un* . . 

ajar. Mvlrax SUB C"rp» 

■e U.,k.i, :..<-. .If..,--, H ., Ht.rl .". rp» 

■Li- John Wise. 3f.,,, f . IV.inhUT (Huff O.-U" 

" — "i, J/iii'iif. M» : ■- •"■afrCurpe 



SMay «0 6 Hoy 7 , 

.5 Septal ,M- - 
8 Mliy 6,| 8 M 



Feb. 6j[ >Ju UB7 , 
Feb. 63I 1 Jinan 



o M0.1 --. 3 Ju11eu9.jJu11.e7j 



iw.,v.l ill. 



-. ,t„„,l.,, S, 



i..M.:r 



Fraiicm Skull 

Iti.'l.nr.l 1 l.nrlr.- Et-,iu..,i,. Major 

AnBrey William O. doui.riera • JTa/iir, b p ,i Pout. A. A I , 

fJ.».e. Aleuuiot-r riwi I.- U.ii.i:Ii..n ..If,.,, • I. .1 >!. i- . .. 

t'lliirlM Til. in. lull, H.irir. Haynl arLilhjrv 

Henry il„ Stu-ot ilk- l-.i ,!■-.,.. U'Ti—-. K,;t»l AfOI-rj- 

Blunnl l.i,i.i-;i, iv. ,,-,-, .l/.i/.i.' Iftniril St- ft" Conn 

Thorium JIiiiinL-;) tt'n it,. 11. .1/. ■.,„-, m . . t- jt w.irt I73 Fmi) .. 

Fn.ilci irk Kiln ■ .>'„,."-. M i.lrn. si;,iT C-rpo 

IViiliani Sr.'i. .1/.,,,.,-, 11. ,ni,*.v Scoff Uorpa 

William BuoDal B.ii.n. Wtjw, fl ■nabay Sioff Cottm 

William Kr(o>r„ks«i),n. .'in. )1. ,„■.-. hi,.r,,l.,.v j-ufT Corps 
Henry Wordo Wotister. U-jor, ' 



llujcr, Oumhny^ 



Ocorjie 8cl.« Hiilr. -U„j:,-, Hi-iiLinl S' ,11" ''on*,... 

Cboriiit Juuea [iii.„ii.i. 1/,.,. ,■. Ik-i./.l St.IV Coppn 

Ili'urv i;„. V, 1,1, Hi, I.I .1/,;.,, ii... .-.,1 Sriill , .„■„, 

''■'I'.ii.'l' ri 111 -I'l.ri 1,1. 11. ;.„.[... M„„.,. Mm- r , . -I:,[1T '. .,■],„ 

fain Wiliioin lllair ItUar, Madr»« Bt~ffCorpa 

Bowne»6 Flaolier. J/.,,:,!-; .Mn.iru, Si .IC iV.rp. 

Kriii» Frr H ns bti-v, r, r ..i,. .i;.,,..^, m.„ii-.i- si,.ir r.,11.. 

■fallen brail. am .Mi,l..:„[ I;i -k. .««/«■, llei.KOl S.CJ ... 

Ff*.l.;rifk Knirti-lc-, *f.i;«- Ita.golSlolTCorpa 

Vn lei j tine Llirvl., .17, .,-,.- I iim. Srjitr i.'orna 

Bajnaa] Barmii MHoa, « ■far, rKnaliay Scnff Carpi 

Kiobiiril forpitHl [lui.. i(,, ( .i-. [iruviil Suiff Carp* 

Jomm Law L1iBh.11111.11 v-ni.t. u,.,,u-, R.,y»l Euuineera ... 
Willuu^lii.y Hum I SuwN.nm. I/..,.,.. Hoial ArliUery 

• ilnroMi. g. .le Fin... Wircr. Mull,. Koiicibl- Amllcrv . 
Henry BLor.ln.-i,....: r,., Vr . „ 11 ,y„l Amllrrv 

Tli'-IilM Clllirl,- IT ■ 1/. .' Artillery 

Williiini r„f[,i 1! r -. U ■ I "ll.iy M,ir<\ir|i!< 






r .SMoy ;i ,>. 
, 11 May (b , 
, id Muv ^ , 



1 auk- '■-■;■ ") May j8 11 
< S.-ih.; 1, 4 i'fjii.ij 4 
3 otig. 57I25 Apr. 5- -- 



Hiirhlaudera 1.8 Foot) I 



-II..: Km-...!,. , J(.„.,r. Li- n I . IlKll-lSl K.Klt) ....'.; 

, Fn.u.if. Mori.,.-. 1/.,,,.,-. T!„- fl,..i.l, ,- lienl. (53 FiMitl -'■ 

I'-Vi SI, .,■•-. .W.i ..-■. s -l-.i- ■■!, iv II. -■ ,-- ..„ i. ■ 

,1 H..|i«l Win. Tlii.tieLlmta) to. Mqjor, Nupihumlici- ) l( 



;N„v.6 3 | 1 



I. Major. The BwiIdi- 



erlt.-Bt (:. I- 



M -i-i 

Rem. (ftv Foot) . 



a, Jfarftw, Soitham|it.,nehirc j : 



YZ Hunli Slinw, J(.,,„.-. li-i-l, lln.-l. 1 ,S Fool) 

Jaini'e llcuriie L'.n-tl.iiiTi. J/„,i„- W'liro-.nlnhlre Hoat. 16 F. 
Jnraea Heatedi, rvit,<. j, ( > Hi ii..rvTi..iii,S O or Feaaioncn 



Willu.m Honry I>,nl,.-. If. ,...,. 'h 1 ii.. |ii W ,i,ie I 

William .lamei »„,)-. .11, ,„„■. N,,rri. Ik 11. ct. t. Foot)... Ii 

Charioii Kyrlu Ch.ii. 1,1, 1/ ■. s y.,rk-i,ii-r Bigt, l s . Fuoi) 

" ■ 14*001) 



d AloJraJiD, Major, The burd.jr Uvl-1. ,j 



Juneja ij()ol 64' ) 



!uv. 55' 15 JorjesB [3 Oct. 

July 55*, Not 57-nOet. 



?r. Jf.p/ar. Sctm-h RiHen (s* Fooll 

it* RawJLut. Vu,.r, Wi, ,-1, licet. i(..j r'(*it, .. 

til.'.--, .1/ ..Y-.i-t,! I ,.■! i f!i.t..T Hi-i." ■(«*!■'" 

)l,u Niel Bui-lWan. 1 " ,W(>W, h.p. J Dragonl 

■-"/.'- .1/ r, .1/... ',.,«. 

■II. if.'/.',-. r„„.i,,i, lli^l.Vil.rl.T- I;., K....II 
■nem, Jf.Jfof. l.p.J Un.KO.in CiiuMa 

.wi Kti si;..w:tii.. ,i|. i .".-„■, it. rii~i.;-. l:... ' 

; [TOT L<i«ry. Major. fiuff-.lL Hr^l. ill P.-.t) 
th«Bi Kcnucnma, J/'i ;'..<r. Li-in-l. r Hi.-i.-l iisn 
(■..Iv,^.- I.;,..,.., « ■..,-. i! .... '.!■„ ... 
iHirii I Wviwti. .1/.. ,,'. U. .!■-!■■. .. ■ ,..-• 
..II >|...H...H,,|-.,,.f ri ■, . I M' ■ :', 

■-,,. -i/.i/.-r. .■'.itl,.!. U, . ii !/■■ II 

i- dm illv U.. ( .. ,-. «i .1.,-ilj II. ■ l-.mli | r -J 

■y BniSvii«b.^w!' , "&i3ittl''i»rtnm'' .".."i ... 
riulm Le Nmincr, Afuyur. Biivul Kriilnr.r. 
PlvkJIlH Hntrluji. Ui.hr, R. Marine Anlllory ■ 

nl Ti.-rui ■. 1 1. .vi. I ..,ii. .!/.., ..r, IVijal KngiHUHn- 

ilrille, tfiijvT. RiivhI EiiL'iiiearu 

. Se«» I. J/,„V. HoyaJ Artillery 

Unit-. .1/ .,■ r. Rival KnpnteR. 

>■ nun. .1/,.,,,.-, II. ,vi.J Kuuinnn 

ipj-Uin Uini... l/.,„.r, Il.vi.l Kut-initTB 
i N....11 i-.i\,i-».. V......C, li-.v.il Keiriow 

rt Uvllan.l. ,l(../..r, |[..v,ii Kiii,'in«Tii ... 

.■ii accai'iirt. M<,i-.: IIi.vilI Kii^ineen 

i.ci- Mi.i.n; II. lit si. ii. J/Wrir. Knyal An.ill.jr) 

,n Wa.Hsn.can., -1'iyiir. Hmtl Artillery. 

1 S-rlufilu. Jfu™r. ii,,i„l,., tiiiill-LorUM .. 

'» Lc SImih, 1/ij.,.-. R,„ai Artillery 

inlil Gallwi.)-. Mahr, ll.iv.il fLn-llerv 

r-mi-r.. Kl!.-, J/.jw, H.v.il Artillery... 

Cul.i.m.. 3Jaj;r, H.i_. nl Artillorj 

irr j|itu.«.r N jn, M.„; . H ,y„l Kuiriueera .. 

■ i ion I. ii.. M.iiur, lii.vi.l Mi-jrinee™ 

L'taa/i™ Bninjrli, Maftr, Ri.?«J Artillery. 

irVurwr, Mnjvr, B.._val Knjc.iwer*. 

>l l-ctuu-l'.llic-r, .Vaj r, Royal JinKiaeenl . 

Sluiniallll, Major, floral Anlllcr* 

m. iti-on-un. Mtjor, It.ival Art Huny 

■- 'fcivrirmi. .(/.,,.-, ll.-ri'Luv I!. -jit. (in Fun ] 

r> Hurra.. J#»>i-. ttoyal Artillery ... 

in' I rmv i.nl. V. ij-.c, II I.,..- Si.iiriVjrjH 

I TiBVi'.j'i.li, i(..,',r, U.jimI.i.1 K.i.|l'i.'...i].i. ... 

JJ..1U, Ku>-, Bengal Stuff Uirias, 

i..iii»- Itremuni, U,.,.,r. SU,t™ B nt„[I Corp.. 

... Vl^V^|\;i..'r!'';i^,...l!,'i'|\!h-!,j~uVi : 'n,^''' >! 
,,.). .11- -.r, II..;-,!,,. ■■ ..■ r- . .. 

Matin".., l/.,,„ r . ■-■ " v-1 luilio Rent. 

ajtr. Muiir** Scairfliirin .. 

ib mirrtL, ihu-urtr. JJ. ■.'■■■■. Ban*, -i.m .'..,-;.- 

■Jm-ruii. J/u/or, Riiyni Artiilnv I 

■ 1 i-lr ■.!!■. ;i, .tf.i/.ii., II.a i. Arl.llirry 

,»1 Tikihih Uon'iir'l. i(.ii"(T, Ilvrinil S-nffi' 

.■. :- r= .mii.li.. .1/ ,-. ii,-,". if,,! s .." ■;,- 

Wimilli Major. UoiiukI Smffliirua 

ilu.r- I in. V«>r, JjM.lr.t- St iff I'urp. . 
, lerrui. M.jui. rihmiMliirc B.-/A Ml K'.oii 
l-.vi,-' 1 . ...I,'.-. .I,,„„. ii„. ,1 \,..' ,t: 
• i .ril.tii, J( u >w, E..ia. Ariiltary 
.i I.I..V.I. J/„> r . K.i .! Ai', lirr.. 

^"■i. '; ?'Ca y il 1 :^' lf . tp " 

ITu'ibS; M°%r. h'pllivili'itnir'itiwr. i 

i. '■'*■' ■ lii-u'uni si ,ii. ',:,-,,- 

Uayiay, Jfj,u^. UOHiralSl.lTCijrpa 

• lalmw-u. Major. Uadm.8i.JTCk™.. -I 

V.\J«r. Bkn„,.bllt. R,:.gl (Bv Foot) | 

I .-,■! bl.'-' .ii .... '!■•:..,■. Jdi.ir ,. -inifl'.iri., 
"if friwtu.nl. V .;„-, Muilr.mSi ,ir.\j:|.-. 
' tfilkiM, J*.., ur . aenmlSiBfTI'uru* 
Pilnw.Jl^r. BenBanSmffi-ur|.i 

■»■'" ■'. li'.i.'ll'i- -i:iN , l.',,r|.. 
r.lli.vilF, Jlnjor. Bciiirnl Wl.nc.nia 
.aw. Major, Mn.lr>» SbdTC-irn* .. 

'lit I> '. -»T.i/..-. Mart rii-- 8u.tr r.irpa. 

>e, Jf.,i>r, Miulms SiaffCoriia 

r«>-, e»o K »iauiri.'.,r|). ! 

a Macau ay. V.i,„r. Keniral Si .11 Torn-. I 

, Orel.anl. Xajnr, M...I™. SUIV i ..ri.s 
K-iniiit-,' lliiiiiili.i., t ■ . . I r . -. . - -. U..,-.„ l|,-ni..|.l s ' 

li.ll.e».J. u ., w . H.,,alAmlierj .. 

awarraao. M„,or, SSBaBl Su'iiT Corf* > 

Hactwainriii. Jfaiv/Bi'iii/fil'siairuarDa 



ji'iB Jan. jgj 3 Jan. Itj 

iilioHa.TiiUi Feb. 65 

.6oj 4 Au^ 6ji 3 Vav. f_ : 
- 53) S Ki)jrt..i4 , i4 Mar. 6j 



; !i?r!' : '«;™ 



, Sept '.:-, 



Dee. 67 

u Jan. 6B 
11 Jan. oi 



Juao 5 7 
Dec. 57 

Dec. 57 



ir .. July (S, 
571 8 AUR. 69 

nan Oat, (« 



.7 Aun, 5 a 1 



On ri 

o.-t 77 



7 Feb. 60 10 Oat. eg'ioOut. 7 

j Muv .5 n Srpt tsln Oct J 

1 June 63 10 Sept 6 10 Oct 7 

1 .inn. i,i nOct. l^'aoOct. 7 



1 Fab gaioNW.oVB 
1 Oct sdlioNgr.Vao 



May 5S 1 4 Dec. 09 4 Deo. 7 
Dec. S7'i7Msy 69 j liec 7 
May jil 1 Nov. jil S rim. 1 
Apr. j»n Doa 6J 1 !! 
_ Jkd. (Si 11 Doc. tan 
n5N..V. S 5:i"Oct. 6s>» 

- ■-a-; j a|. 7 Anr!<7J« 



WUIlmm He-AIheo'e Unwlti, lAv'ar, BBjfjkl RtniT Corr™ 

H abort I^anjrtori Wi.lr.T. .V« ;..«-. K lii.v smti Corp" . . 

JlrtrUrt HriU'i> Jin-ril., l/.n'c. l.iinilitv Staff Coma 
Wiltu.ni l.rani iih< Slinr(i. .If. .■.'».■, Mail mis' Sti.ffCmpa 

William John GUI.-], !<•, '/...■.". l!.'ik-!..r-i;.-Jt l M FioII . 

.In [urn llcnr.v lli.ln'rt ' 'i . .i.-.iur.ii, .1! -. loo , FiiO'"" 

John JtBlvet. Ilrriutfif' l'. .!/."■■-. Hn'-'i I .'ilrinea 

Henri St. John Vm n:l, >i, I.. M.,rr loii.1 Tl.i. ■ Lillian-Li. lit, , 

Mr. H.ivul Arti.-.rs- 

Hunrv Fraud- f 'l.il.|» ■! :-. lf„,..r. [...ml ArNll.-i-y 

Thorns* Jnmcal'.'tt-i.. .lf.r,,-,,-. M ,l-..-si.,rrc>rp. 

l.e.,r[.o Corny-null...!. Jf ,•,'■', lt,,nl»n Statl llorpa ,..,......, 

MrmiApriiii I 'rt.ilic i-.«>. c.sv. .tf..;w, Mod"rj>» StatTCorpa 

fi»nriB Mniiili-<'.„il. V.-/..1-. 1 no. Sl.iiriVr;* 

Heilrv Ji.Lu Sti.t*. Wuj'..T, ...,ml>.iv M.,i!ri',i:-|.'. 

Kdwwrt SlacDcmil.l Sreici.,..,... JJ..,ur. Jlvlras SWffCnrpa .. 

Hurry Miles Buriie*». _tf..,or. Rural Artillery 

'l , |-,.r„ n -rj, l ,l|,,r„.,>l.,rr,i;i. .1. .-. [.oval Artillery 

Charles John __tiiuiil,.ri i'uIu.i. .If...,..-, »■ ■ml-. ! ij- SX-iff I'orp- .. 

William John H..lt. I/..,-". IV,,| .-■:,■!, v lie,-. .1 Foot) 

F'lin* mtiT Sli(-|i|.nr.l, J/...-,'. ; UV-t In.li" IWiment .... 

,I..linGn.li'imJl-H :! f..lf.ri»r, [l.. m t-.v St.itf Corp* - 

Rotwr.. Aikiii", .V,;;,..-. l:,-i :,l St ii! r,.ii - .... 

.li.m.-- Id,'l,»r,i Um.-tt, .If.,,,,,-, h, ■,,_-:. I s;:,:: , ,-,- 

JohnCbar.es DUrli,'. Mm mv, If..,-'. K,.y._l Aittllrry ...... 

Kiln. .ir„i A ii- I ii, U- ■:■■'■. M-mI- ■- !*t-.n"< ' 'VI'- 

Robert Hamll_..u Vetch. II..,..', Hoynl Ktinineers 

Thomai Boniarr] Mtcbell. Major, Bangal SWffllorr* .... 

Hippoi-ley I'unli.lo M;n : -i.. M«h'. I'.-,l-.i1 Irtnff Horpa 

Robert Jamra.Br.ovi, Simi>* n. !/",»,-, Mmlm- 8Iiiff(V.r[,s 
Cbarlo* James T.,...r \vi,,..i.„-k-. Jf.i. ■'■■-.'. Mi. .Ira.- stuff. Mriia ■ 

j...r ll.-nrv Mi.iii-c]- »,,.,;■ -1/.M-..-. I.r.v.l Artilk-r. ... 

lieorSB John Bnri.ii.. .1/.,,..-,-. U,.y:il Artillery 

Henry M.rnlj Si- i,n> . ■■ M ■ !.■, i. !' i ■■■■, ll.i l';i> SI. iff i ■•■i[, 

i -Jirnrlf* J. .tii> I' .. i,iiTi:,.i- " If •,.,■-. h y ':■ i,--i.l Stuirt'ori- 

Erlninnd. Henry B.vr... iln,,,., Mmlm- MiiirCorna 

liearjjc lirace eumpKon. .Vufflr. Bombay Stuff Corps - 

Hcrln_.it |j,jn..l SifTi,. -.1., ,...-. l;.,v:,l ArliLler* . 

Henry Maxwell Rol.eit-,.,1. IL.r.r. K .Mil Artillery 

WiUuun Arthur Ri.l.cii •. .V.r.n.-, U„v,il Artillery 

Dnncan Norton-Tayl'/r, .'./.,,■.'. i;..y;il Artillery 

Si-,l„iiliiiFn CuI.iIh.ii ■■lurk.;. «■!,,■'. li.,v«l Ktiallicpri 

I'.,ijs.,nli.v I1(kui ll.ili.if-. ,l/„»ir. Rr>y«i .Muriim .... 

A If iv 1 Iln ri fn-. . :■ 1/ ■ ir ... , M..I- :,.■■. 

ivi|;-,:,n !:..,■ -.i- limili'ti ■■■. i;., .■■.-. HiiiEivl SiaIT Cnrpt _ 

Avi'liilmlil I n ,il>ni.-i I '«i ,11. "..,.■'. Ii. iiltiiI fStiiifi ■..!-;- 

.Lin-,. . IV ru. Al.1,,.1 Mi, ■ .11 l/.,.„v. K. ■,,..,!-; -i.iilCdrpi 

Kiiwird Jnm« Kiiir.v .l/.i,,,^. >ln. Lr r . - stair (iDrpl 

Jniiica Utiilt.n Wiitt, Af ■•!■"■'. '• Sli.IP.-.lrhiro Regt. [64 FooLl 

Wlllifini Wuril, M.ijor, Hnval Aiti.loiv 

K,lw„raNic-.ll- iVi.r-. H. ,,,.'. B.iyf.1 Bngmeon..,. 

Arthur Frank H.miH.r:. 1/.....I-. Ii..':;il Iwitrincen.. 

K.il.i.il Sravlii, Mil, i- M.ii-k.-iiv.-... I/.,.-,- H..vil Artillery 

11,'i.v klr-Mlmm I',,.'.:,.. .1. ,.,-.,. I ., ,i„- .•..,-■ it-. 'I :..; Knot I 

AitburKfoliiie S. ■„..■.,,!... .If,. ,.-,■. It. .ml Artillery , 

Honry (Jlmrlcs Gi!i-; ini,, lul... U I E i r I __- ItriHinle 

l*rod. William II -.,. I'„i,v. .Il„,„', ilifiiiti Hunt, (ji Fnot) ... 
iii-m-.- iMt-1.1 in. ■!.->. -;!.'■' .if.,-,,-. i,i.. - ;■■■■■■(. 

J'hn MenrrCrowli . 'f„,,... ii.,vni l-;r,i.:iiicer» 

II- .i. .■■ --. :;. •'... .-. It ■-, .. 

Uburle* Albeit Ly.jn-l'nniF. lull. J/.p,„,-, Ftriynl SturinlwrK 

Frouorlok LiBTencr lJ<.lnu'ni. .«'.ii..r. I, p Mailras 8U(Tl 

Oirn*; Comm**J,).t .,'■ ., /..r.'f..'. ■- -rf f 1 ,. .V,l[r HriflnJl | 

ftmrlfH Wm IiikIi'Iiv llj.rri- ,-.. .If.',,,', ft.ivu.] EtiL.-iueel> .... 

J.i-..|,1, W.rl,..|:.. .1/, :....-. Ii..inl..-. Si .r;i' .v,.. 

Plemynir OenriTcnvll. .If...--.. I ;■ ■ h i.l A : t L 

Kenneth Jstnes Lotli Murlicniie. V"j,.r, Maitnu StuffCoriia . 

J>mcaWlllian Hiik-<l..iij-.ll M.„or. M„,m>- st.-.tf cVirr* 

Chritr^pliiT Churl,- I Vi],l...|-r.',. .lf.i.„,r. It 'i.iljuy Btafft'orTB . 

Kunuiiiii I'l.-tiiuoii, Af.ii,... 1'itil.tiI Sl;iin'"rp»... 

Arthur JoliimtiiM lt:i.„.,..u.,.i-...lf r. It >.:n- Stuff r.jrp- .. 

James Pulealiue Jmjivo. M.-i«r. Mu-lrrw Staff Corps 

KiiViinl ItJ.ru' ■ 



Jan jS J9 Aug. &.: , 
Jan. jSliSlipLoo. , 



" ^n.ri 

., nee. . 



Oet, os'ijApr. jH 



?1 

o Nov. 6,1 



11 M»y 7 9 
11 sley 7. 
.) Jl.y 7 B 
16 May 7S 1 Jn 



11 Juno 5 s:»S Seijt 71 






r, J/aj«, 



tienrv [.Ihiirlir. M-.r-,-. If., ,-.„■. I! ,„,.,-,■,■ .-.., IV 1 -,,- ,,- 

llnki.l Tli.,ui]u™ l!:ito.i.-ll. .Ifp/.ir. Mnilni. Stuff l't,n>» 

1 h.ii.i lliriii r ■!..,.. .'.■/■■■ I' ■ ..ii ~i Lil'.-."|... 

William CivrtiiioITn!;lii:-. .If.,1,,-. M.'l.m -imlTiJorpB 

'---■.11-Th.....l.i|-.:. W IN .-I--. If,,.,r. Mnrlr*. Htoff Corps . 

iniliT Sin.'l.nr 'iriivc. /f./.'. Mn.lrns ■*(»■_■ (lorpi 

1 I'liiu-if- liiiv.c. .lf„,„-. MadnnSI'ifr Corp* 

' ■- 'Vnt.-oii. lf„,',,'. Mn.lr-tf S:„irt'„rp» 

Too jowl, «„e,,-, uvi.val Artillery 

ilur l.'HtiiTighant. .If.,,,,.-. It imiiiLi. Slair l'..ri'f 

,1/,..,,.-, f.e..,i» ro-iliw.- ■-,, Foot) , 

ftieluir,! Molnll.- !iiit,,v.|, ,,,1...,'. ll,i|..VLl Stair Corps 

(Jtoriro [Icynell liil.l'-. W-jw, II Tnl Sl-ifT c^nrp. 

Thomas 11,-nr.v limnv V -j. .».,,-.-. M„.lm. Stuff Corp. . 

Frank John Wrmtsli! «..,„r. M ,,lra. etmlT Oorpa ...... !.. 

Fn-ilcnt'k Unrcoun iVilliilrnson, C.,; ■'."«, Eiut lauicailitn . 



|-|,,i,l',.- .[..., 



,l,,i.n SI...-..- 





1 JunoTO 1 . 


Juno 78 
































Juno 58. ' Oct- «' 

















Mar. jS, S Aug. j. 



Major 



li< '"■ r M. ■'■■!. .:.„■!', K il ..! Kit. r- .. . 

■-VM-,,.1 tin::!].- Hi:, IL. J/.... ... M : li -■ i?tlllM."..rin 

MV-.il ;.r. 1/.. , ,-. I; .-. ::l Li» iuti- . . 

,:■■•:■-, i.'l,.v. I/,.-,,-, it-\.ii Kii-m^ia 

i. ■,.■■ Ii Vii-- n 'ii W„c,'. «,-i, -_-.il Stun" Corps 

,ei.ri lii.nin-, J_..i.,r, Ui.iIi-i... .-iiilf tJi.rpe ., 

.iiUim I' (■],■■..-. ■ -. L-ifl , M.'.-.r, ■-■ Sr.illMi-,I(,li:r ( ! • 

SKoot) , J 

Inrcuin Hircta. X.'/ur, .ViilmI Si all' Corp* 

, , .. ."■,...-. MnilriM St.iin.:nr(ja 

i.-*n, ./.', ,r. ti-.-r, ;-:. I S;:,Ci....[i... 

. - .1 „.-., J/-,,.-. ■ ; ■ . i r i ■.i'i.„-iy _. 



■July .8 
.... July 5 a 

July i~ 
, Aug. S 8 



iwea, Jtf">" "lten)(™SUB- Corps.. '.. r ..°'... ... -'.'.'--'■ 

'§0*0*1. Bepboii, ifij.'., lleu^l'sulT turps' '.'..i!- 

iGoUlie, <¥&•_ Mhdiii. s_u__l.(.rp_. 

Vallingt. J/ujw, Bengal Slaff Corp* 

i&hnud Atkiuiuii, U«i«r. Mud™* st-iff i'.jqts 

Ltrydt-iia Fmneo, J/.ii.-r. Msilm* SHHlCoriiii 

BiUtra. (V. 0|i. i W.L R_-_:t.,s. 0. ot feiwlonei 

imiviD S'Ahl. Hajar, li-Miri.! Stall' l.'orpi 

T»lerick Mnrrir.,«, Ma/er, ... Dratro-in limu-Js ... 
BVm_eKyTlcMo,.ey, ifj/er, Ucn B al Stiff Corps ... 



UntuiTvin .l/.ijiiJ-, l.-v.-T|> I liegimen 

lo.]_v [Innl-ln.v. «..,.,'. il.|.'r„- Si„_i1' 

I'.irl. r. l< . I:. ._•: IV. ■■! . 

i-.le, Jfiljor, lloi.il>.,- SMI. .i„.|H 

,..!,... M-.ar, S-..MI Will. > I1.V.1.TH-, 
i ii:i nn Nivn, .1/.. ,..!-, li. Kiijuiue.. . 
.Etriii 11., I. ii, -..-.. ■■:,.'.,.■<. II. Ar.LI.My . 

.ii-,Ti Sicitii*. Cijj.ii. j* Ijincora 

'.. Wini.. If. H-.iu_!il .-.ruir i.:. .r-|i> 

itan SnuUlewnrth. i_.„.,r. it--..-,ul Ai-ti It 
'.!. Su'Niiil. Hi ..- i'.. = . -_:--■ I Si .If. \ >i|..h 

■I -■ i ■■- !■■<■.■ r. M.n-.r. IIM. S-.UVI 

... : ■ dill ■■■• li Tin-. .1/'; ■■'. II Wli lw 
■ I i ... i .-- ii. I. l.i .'/..- 



3c i> I.58 
4 Set>l. j8 



:Si 



on. JTiiyn 

LC-ioi»>nl»' il,i.,'.iiii] i.'i...ki>, fJi'j J/i 
,-.,.:-.,-• \i-.j ,.-.,, • ■;/ 1/ .,..-. k K'li-ii.i 

j i-r, '"ft >/■„..,■, H-inl Hug .users 

"nwr, Crp'^H, (loyal Kn«ineerj 

■ttt BU'*»rt. -l/'in". M,l-i™. s.nll'.',.|>- 
itaurnir Tum-er. ACi/or H 1V.1I Ai i.ilL.iy 

rsry Will,.-,. K.v t. 1/ -. ti-'.v.il A .■ 

rata Forbes, U»i«r. Ul-i.jiiI.Si iin...i-|.* 
:..,...i, ..„..-,.i>. u.,,...-, 11 .-, au.ii'.;.,, 

Tard l_j_j.,r. JIu,,-, .1 niii.111- £1 ill i:„i|... 
[irronTMj.nr. Bengal BUffl 



ron, K.ro/-. Bengul B 
Vtm.ni Hair, Wujor 

■i-, lj.,,,r. h'.hi.l.Tv s.aff I'oriJ* 



iiujw, Utiik-'l Safciff i.'„r]is .. 

n;tb-Tti,.i],|,-,ii. -W.ic.J-, lii'imul .-lull iliiijm... 



"tmlh, Mijar. .llAlnui f 

'i.nii-r I. 11,.-. ,lfj,,-, li.',,- .1 Smll I'oriii 

iiwbeiT. ifuj"-. HuD.iii isulTCorua 

nirii. Ii k.,.. .if .-,-■-, I'-'- • >■! -i.rl'Oirpi 

l-.S.-il... 14a j:r, I1i..|i.ui Si.iri.-,,r|,« 

illoct. ila,.„. M.il.i.,-s .tl'L'urpa . 

-. Hi,,,, I L,.,il.-i. 1 J J.'. Mai»r, M:i Iril* Stnll'1 ,,r[i^ 
Mc.rfi..i„. Il,n-,i- .11^,-,-. I,.],. I!.,ii.l,.iv 1-1, urr, ,,-[,-, 

rnh^r liuu, M^jor. Botoumy BUifTOorp* 

i,,u,- >,..-,- 1 '-, --I, i/,i,.,.-. Mi-ii ,-S[,ir..:„nn 

l.,l,V 11. . -II ■•!,..-, '. Jill', Minify S'lAllX-L-tlFB 

-1.-. -I,. H.ih'. Mu.lr,|-3Ml'..r., ri ]s 

,11,1 liir.L llii'i-.s. Ma:..f. M-i.lr.,- Sli.l)' G,jr)19 

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tej AdiuukI, .V"i"i-, ll.,i..| Ari.illi-i>- 

ii,r,|-,i, 1'iiuiiiiiiiL' .I/.,,-.', Kojra) Bngineers 

.Deer Kflimnl Uir, IJa.or, li.p. at f'nt; /,.,,.-.'(. 

1 l>. ,-,.■! „r -,j\li, ':■,-,;, h'.l.ulu,. .... j 

nr« Vi.'thruB, M<ihr, [lituijiaLirc Rojil. l J7 F'jut) .. 

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Myar. .'...rf,.ll(Rest. (o 



.meraot Lt. tulkulrt [1 ; 
. Rcgt. (sjJ'uoll. 
aoifjufain- «(■,-(. 1.,/ i-Vijl, 



Major*. 



Thomn. Ani'jU D»v». .If .■/.-■. Ui'Viil Artillery .. 

Ahlii. i.l Hi- mi M 'i i ! ■-•. . If.ij.j-. liuv.li Aillll.TY 

I'.,-. 1-'.ji,i.,l I...1M-. .if.""-: IM.-iil Artillery 
, !,.(,., Iknrv AL-;\|.n.|.T, .If.,.,-. H.,,.,l Ait.i'.n 
)>i t .ra Thumiis [l.-i.i i Tii.i !'.r, M-i-.-r. !(■■)■ - A.I "■ 
:;iii-[,v. ri'.TvJI .l/'j...... Il-i.i-nl Arr.ill.Ty 

l|i, i, I. .;!,.,. i] .if.i,.-,-. !.-.■ ;. A rlill.-ry . 
H„..l-I .!■...[! K,,. -:.,.-. .V-,...-. ![,.yi,l A IT I IWy 
Mfn.l !■' I.l ..■■[ 'I T i!i -If".- '. ,r -vui Artillery 

.l:.,...-.n,i.l.,.-. ,1/., ,■■■., Ii..i;.l Inii.-ry 

Ili.iTi M .-.v-:' M ,,;, ■.,-. i;.„,: H„vnl M't.ilkrv 

,I..ln,'l!:-:.!.u- U.i k.-r. I/-.,...-. Fi-i.vnl Amllery 

Mi.ik A,-!- H'j.iilil .■■.(!. .I/.j/.j.-. ii.-i-iil AM-Hcry 

Fri-l. Wi„ MiiiiH ■ ■■ *;,r:!.x. Y.-i-; E1-V..I Artillt'!'.' 

,■,,„,„, .1! Ii.imv r„ „[. !..!!. If.', .j.. Hjj.vi.I Arlilli'-.v 

I'r.ii, .■].-. linn. ■■ M iii-r, 'f ". N.i>iil Ar ii 

r„,.i;,. IV, i, ■■:«-■ o:.|li,.m. .If'.,-'. I!"V«1 KnemcTS . 

H.-i.ri- Ti..-...[..v.. U'j-v. R.ijiil [JiJiii.-.To , 

I-,-.- i,,,l,-.i. i-vi.- Il..i, ,-. 1/ -. I!..y.il CuL-irn'*], ... 

K1-1...-1 l...,.l.-:.i- M., ■..■; ■/■■ ■■-. !1 ■■■.■ !■; ■ 

ItHVii-jl! .l.ik.- M n.c.v . M-;«r. U-vill l-:.. ._•,.,, -.,1-. 

• ■ n .tf.ijW. H'lyii] KnjM--" 



Arthur Rowley Ueylm 



. .. .' 11,]inl>MV fltllff LWjia 
ii, Xtaiur, R'.i'jil Kli^L[J«>sr«... 

!,..«.,,.,■■. IMynl Biu-mMr- 

..iv. If, -. Ilnvnl tliii; Loser* 

liar, H.i.,1 Kugilinn ,. . 

l(..i,.l tiliisiiii'era 

,.„.;■. llm-,.1 Artillery. 

si Artillery 

lii-iuntl Stiff Corps ... 

,ix», i/.,,....,H.:iu-ni.Siiitrr.,i- i .- 

..airu. -V,.',."-. Heuimi r-Mlf l*r, i-('.s 



c. jS'i? llu. 69' 31 Deo. j 



1. 58; 1 Key 69 31 Dec. ■>' 
1, 5 B [ July 7° 3' Dec. ;» 
I. jG 8 Jnn. 70 3, Dec, ,t 



(i Dm. 7' 
ir Dec. 78 

11 Dec! 5s 
)1 Dec! j8 



, 5 Jan. 7- ; 
. (.Jnn. 7. ( 



ft Jin. ;g 



llni . - .1 - V ■ ■ . .: Si ii' 1 . , ,.i|.- 

I... i.l [•.■;..- '. |i If' 1 . M.i.ir.ii. Sr:irf" i "■ l[» 

AllK-rtl.irrMiliui'1, i/.Jj.>j-. K^.'< Ki.-:. liiFOOll 

Jij*,-|ih SUili?n, Miiim; H- ivu I An.lltjry 

Il.iiil.- piiuilli ll-irvi i . ..l/.rj.T. r;..vnl \flllltry 

.Linn- i.u.II.jiv I i-itK -I/..,.,.'. Ii. nijiil ^'.nirCorp* 

lU'inv Williim Jul in s^niur. If.,,-', ill im.il SUnrC-rpi- . 

K'Liiir.l IVr.-.i', .V r. V i.l-!-..— S-ilVi. 1 ..!-!.* 

Al..-\„i,.l.-rlii.-.l.i., J/..,-', .M,...:-.i-Mi!li-..ri.- 
Hi|.|,;u-.| Wp-t CfH. .If,,/'.-. II-, "ill.. y Staff Cur[» 



.-,■■,:•■■ .1: r 

lloyi.l Artillery ... 
■uril Hiiiiiilti.iM S11r.1l., .K.ij.,,-. I:. Vr.rk.-birc Reirt. . 

"l''i-t»ieii..:kili.v.ni'. -'f.,;.J... Iluvu! Artil\;, ; v' 
r,-.,-i;,,vji:[r .if ,.■■-. Ii..y.ii .\i-.,l!-ry .. 

UI-I....I... r l|..r... \{ ;... , ll.iyiil MaliiiM . 

(•■u.i- I.jiS-uii (.i.-.-nli.-M. .If..,..,-. 11.111,1... v S!,.in ■,,[■[.- 

..-■ I ■ .1 1 M.J-..I1.. .V.j ■■■.-. U..vl1 \l.r.:iL- I 

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V:,u.l-I,.,ll-... II/. ,,-..■■, II...I.B il SUiUi:..!!- 

K.i-.i.nir 11 ...-k .lf..j.-.-. !,..ri.l... -,- > I . '-. 1 ..1 |- 

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.-, .If.,, ,r. K.-iynl An. Ilcry 



htre Fuiiliejit (30 Fmiel : May 58,16 



.limn, Jf.ijW, ll.-viil Arlillcry.... 

M-rlili l, [ .ii,,..i/..,....:i..Vi,l Al.'lll.-n- 

— - » ' '— limy 



JoliB O. 

inl'ruirifi'tiuiili. 1/. !,.■,■. H.,vi.l 

Mii L -ki...v Aii.'n-ivH. .1. Il.TM.r, If,.,-, K.. .1,1 \1. 



.. ._.Jf«/«r. Ku.t«IA 

■luit.l W I lli.liiii'-.ii. .If.rj.r, Hcilf nSlm-tj Hrirt. 



iiillil.t-rl. Ci)lliiifti*0(nl Su[b,.|.. .1. 



.!/.,,...-. lid,;-] - 
■ H.jy.il Av -j 



1'erev l.'!«irl«s Wb:il!,.-v, I/.,/,..- H..V..I Vr r, 

Willi'um Sii,nl,.i Hclrtwrt. .U.ijV.r. iloyal Arttllcrv 
Henrv He I'nroy Heniiick, M-uw, Beugiil Bluff Cc 



7 5 July 79 
5 July J! 

• iJi.ly - l9 \ 



Major t. 



J-.h» Ibinio) Soirbi. M„i.,r, Hrnmtl KPniri'.n-j>a 

IrViivr M.it.hjll, Mai-.-r. Ii-)!nlj:ii H :iti" I , 'it].i. 

f"M-,t i:n-!i;ii.l JYiitl. Miii»r. Llo:r.ljiv tffcit]' Cull" 

Frwi.Tifk H.,|.- Mnlluss Jf.j/.,,., \hnl",i,i:v :,iVr-.,ry:- 

■JV.-. .-.- II, ■ i .,-*.■ ■l\i,;i: J',l,,.. IMial Aiiillnv 

CL-i:-:,-. rvi.T.,,.1 ii.iknLLi.i-.H-k. -if ... j^, i(..v:,i Anil). tv . 

t. - Mircii* Fim.w ll<:i:rv HHi,o:.'l ,ml, .U»/cr. It. Artill 
1 1»-.-. i->l r. ,.,,(., j, LiUin^nm, ?!.>jo,-, !J..;tir;.il SUUTorp, ... 

Si:-ii -i i-im|i-;oti, ,'f .< i:)i-. iiiivnl An Lilt rv 

Dunlin lit.iriit riK-lii'f. J/.m™-, Ui-rnMl (ilulTL'or|j:. 

C*iin-f*.-!i WtilltiT .'!■.;-.-. Mini:..,. :-:i;iiTl'..r|.!. 

K.l'iLiL-.l ,Lui:,, I. liili.Il. !r,)c. I?„,.,f At mlm* Stuff C«r|M . . . . 

JaT.;v re-llrjiit-Bi., Haiur. H-iynl Kll^i liver* 

J..lm IjlT.ndJ- Twcrtlin. lf-,.,r, W est limit. K-liil. ( 17 t'lWI I 
CbTirlfT'lwr William Tu»-iLM.'iiit. M.ihr, JI.jvjlI ArL.,li'n-.... 
«.. ■- l">i-.,rec Aiistualn.- S.iyvit, ..!'.;_,. „•, K.,vul Artillery .... 
,\'.^».At 1 iL.-:f Finuisr ;ir.n.iL.t, 31-ij-ir. li-juilmy SWlTI '"V|"<. .. 

yicbi.lit* l^wicfttlK't." J/-«»'. h.ii. >/ " ■" 



bi Jmicst'i 

j July c: 4N.-1-.64i 

!!.'."!! "iSJvr. «"i 
is Wejii-sj 1 Jiui. s.. 1 



K..^:.i'l- N«*lF," M.,ju,-. h.'p>. flovul C:i 
ivl:n.j-rl Mill Wjt.kliiiiii. .'/..■<!„-, II,,;,,.; 



nvliaullitli-s; JW- 



('birl.-j. Wuoalvjinl, Mil,"!-, Royal 
Gr'jr--'* John Skinner, ilijar, Hoiij 
Irv'>'.-- Su-uin* AlllHy. Jf"> 



It.iyLil Iv.rrii.r. 

lipiisuif iJotiM ... 



[. [ufan: 



, ililJurtiuWimlnTlff, .V«;.... ., 

E-ltiir-l liturgr Bli-i.kii. -.,.;,. .!'.</..., Minimi. riljjil'Coijin 

Cli»rli-. t'ltulkurr l>ln**. Miij'ir, liny*,] Artillery 

Wulini'i Ortvi,, Wt-Lcj). ,'i»i-.,-. ll.iivd MitriiH Artillery 

Viw-r-nt tt'iiu-. Mm'.'.-. Hiiwil Aiollrry 

Tllsi:. S'niir Mhj.mii. -I'..,.,', Mi..|r.L,.: J .W!| , l. , ..|-| 

lalpelt Y..UUB Armstroni;. .Vri,..,.. Hi.vnl Hii.ijiinii-r:, .. . . 

ue Hc/ina'cl Laurence li. Curiei., Afu/or, llwir.inU.liir 



r, Rovil Marini 

rc J., hu ChalmMw, Major. IMIfi 

'iL.tal.!/.i|«...ll,'i 1 



lobth Parry Ni-diel. 



__.. . .... .BiiyalEa- 

1, Majar, 11..H.I)... r;t..fi'L>ll>,. 



UoTIM .. 

...111111I rim 



.is:.-, 



.. .... ..urli.itit L'i-.iii;ifi Uiilktitl, }f.,ijnr, Buynl Kii^iii.ip:'- 

Cms Btiwi.Ti, J*r.r(V. R.iynl Kii.rirmrin 

.Y.H.MIl,.'ll^. X*,:,<.r, B i .lLL.- l Ll;L tll |J.|.„, 1 ,„ 

T1ll11r.11 Kiurhiiunin JlTilldv. Mi.- ■■„; H-,v;>l Kl.kTilicers 

>ii!.,:u HiiHdllll iililt'fcf, rf-rj..,-, 11,1V, ,1 kliil I ,,,-pV:. 

■ Alrtl filiWilliai-i I'nyl-.r. .If.-/,,-, Kf^.LTil Stiiiii.'L.ii.r, .. .. 
c JmaTi.iluK C->kB. Jf.y:*., Kiuii'-Unii lLinliTi-ra (« L'dfii) . 
11 Oul(- Kitvanl riockDB.v riiiajwion, J/o/ur, WurcCMun>Iur« 

*ct.:i,.i ii'cinlen iri:,i,dy Hrtly, i/^/VurkniV.l'i-iricus- 

IB-Rt-it. 1S4 FouM. 
«mn «■»-"-' — ■— - 1 

TWm .litell St Qiiiulin, Iftiwr, ra Hu»uur» .... 

Jnk« fiimlrton Wyiiuc -tf.->i-. S. V.-rihlurij Hwt.iii F.wll 

HAHtw Btwitt. i/«jV. UciipU rfwtfi:ur ( ..L 

DM™ llMuiltim Tbouipion. Main', lljuu .1 sin it ruri.. 

J«BEH'ook 1 ir*V.Bcii|«lr!ti.rr(J.irija 

«ol»n L>>rnc Situ y lit .Muivb;,V., r„,l,ii», K.ivnl Altitltn .. 

loteil K'Gn.iar SteWBFt. Jbior. Hovul Arr.LI.pvv 

UiijH Jr.tcpL dc l.muoiir, I-J.--.U !>,,, Ki)v;tl Art,illi>rv 

*orjt WtLllan Riijit-L.,, Ci^rein, Mvriy.il Staff l.'ur|>» 

■ Jobn Ihinilixiu. fojrfui"«, litiiiKiil Wtv.il (Jdipn 

, Stlianl Wace, duraia, Huyal Artillery ... 

I "Anmas Fnutrin fluWitj, C-jpt.t,,. lteu^nl SiatrrxriM 

iTCO'Xoore fiwiiili. (■..■> J r.iip, Biimliav St»ff Curjps 

fltw-HIrniy Duller. «..>,■, RLllo Hi iLTirlu .. 

Folium rox. Major. kkiDMntl l.i. trJkutnr lij I'oit 

:*■' Frtdmtk CunlBW, JTiwr, t. Louc»>-hinr R.-jl.l;. F-..AJ 
' Ih-li-v Tli.BUM ?m«, W.^.. .+ ihi,.i:. s l J,.. I,. ■«■ i, ; r.i 

Jjlarr Huwurtl T. H. Homcrucc, JUVijiv, BiHe III i-iult 

*". L'h*rl» 1-twn nnr\-*y, Jf'yw. Hichlatul IJ. Inf. (71 KV 
^i?.HpuryC>vja«ct;rOBgr 1 l'up/u,'«,fi-oi 





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M»cOroggr, 

■nlnw, (.Vii^i 
.Xojr- -~ 

fliilip*,(-AJK«t 
nVihcrtV*—*— 



Major, Oorduu Hl^hl,..HLlvi-„(7; l.'oul.i . 



■ a-.bcrt Yitlen Ui'dh iif. Vu/w, ll,,.t„l Artillery 

Rirhmni, Ciwni Downo, Jfa/ur, 1 Uie CimtiIs 

- "'■•id. Major, nnynl Knirin«;>ni 

iton. Major, t'ity of Loiulun He«. (7 FibiiI 

ir FiuEoy Han. if»>of. B. Surrey Ib-ict. in F-,II 



1-1 .n Uluwl, Major. Ilnyal Knirinr I 

._ , ... ArtUiary" " ' 

■rd Molyncm Ednrd Bruuker, M.ijor, ijcittii,li 



, 1, M*j»r. L._ 

StanlfJ Bittrgv, L'JfrJ. Major, 1. 
a. CtajJui., Hnyitl Artillwr 
...Jtolyn — "' --' " 

:f;f00t) 

■iiiaaji. Car/via, Royal Artillery . 
10 Jou(». Cu^faia, Rojivl Kriiriiu-i 



■ Sei*.*.- 

4 Mar. O3 --4 -Itnr. «■' 
|.NJnn. 64 

5 July njj'ji .lull- «!-. 
i(kjt. (6 in Feb. Tvj 
i July jir>Apr. .«' 

1 Nov. 5^-iu Sl'jil 5;: 
iMar.jU.mJul}- u>. 
)May ss'is JnooSuli 



1 *!?■ 



"%' 



1 Apr. 70 Viz Xot. ■ 

4 Kll.. 74 n Not. ~ 
-. Mnr. „'» N'or. Jj 

1 Sn[,t.74Ji!J K0T.74 
-4 Mur. 7i'ja Nor, 79 

"S J«I.T 77 « Sot! 79 

...l'tll. 67 idN'IT. 7» 

8 Mar. 67Ljg Nov. 79 
May 67 iv Nov, 75 
7 Au1r.67.11X0T.71j 
14A11a.d715N0T.j1, 
JJ Our.. 67,114 Nov. 
10 Nov. 6f 29 Nov. ,. 
18 May ju'ia Nov. 79 
;i Ituy ;in Sot. 79 
ii. Juiic-j jo Nov. 711 
10 May 7.; 39 Nov. 70 

us Jua;.7.i 9 Nov. 7, 
1 Apr. 74a)Nnr.» 



». Gyjhiin, E 

luDlley, C'-hi , 

umiT. iC.JB/.GkHI«~* 



I July 60 jjDcc. 64'.; 



77 ... NOV. ,,J 



Major 



Totan Edwunl Hale Prior, Copt™ 
ykv», Jfiy'sr-. 



8. Btaffordahire Rpgt. j 



Jnneph Henry 1*1 u, i/-V' - . hi:' i! li- Li llir.1.'- <*» Foot) .. 

p.i.r. Kilmtnl U'-l'il't I'r.i'-i W 1.; lit'. .Mayor, LancaBUr ) 

K?K1. (4 fvAi -•- — - > 

,'.r Will. (.'Imrk-a KntlK'n Mulvticus, r*,-f«.|., rtantain) 

Hpki [m loat) , . .... ..... .-) 

[Initeid Hertrnin Lan.. t .i,'.,,.,. Jiii!,. I niriiilp .. 

Ilvnrv 1 j.-!n» II'" '■'■■ '!■''■ '■ S:it"i'«Ji'!ii "■■-■.* ' - I I' ■■ 

L-iii.-liit.il Fi 'I'l-. "■■' ii. -"■■ "■■'■■ '" i'-'"i --ilulft'.irj.n 

Friiiik J..lifi T.i'HL- «"."". ln,li I'ii-iI.. M. IS, Foot) 

John Fr'denrk Fr.r. 1/,. ■..,-. [[■,) .i, ArtillM-y 

IlilTlloel UntiUlT L'UKilll, iluior. tkllL'nl Statf Cotpp 

Henri- Sil'|i!mn Hi i,i"Ti. M»hr, fl.'iii'iil Smi] i.Y,r|i-. ... 

.i.'.-irijf Viii-cr Krn>ii.!l. Ni-il , )(„„;: Mailrait SlutrCorpa 
David Cowie, Kt>\ Mmlm* Mull U'.rii* 

All I'll Mil* MrrktU'V ITTSiriFin. Jf.i ■"■. limn till) Mjin'Oirps.. ..-■ 

TlMnloreMctliiiiTi «„,.l. Ii. :..,-. ll..i 11 i 1 ',.vSU.d(-.. n » 

Ilnvid C 1 11| l.li in Anill-''"-. U "..'■'. l ! v ">.'.■ I HtufT Corps 

Jr. tin Rdivriril I 'iin.|.l '■. l l. .l/.'.-r, lir-iit/ul Stall Corpi 

' '- on. JUajjr. Mliilni- S(:.(IT.j'|i, .. 



!,!.■ Kiii.l. U„/..r. Sf.iltii.li llitl.- r.90 Foot) .. 

ti Tr.. -I.ii'. i"n,.'.,-... Itiiynl Marinea,, 

- nHP.MV.jiir. ~ 



Ligbtln'i'.nityOiFonl 

i:, ii,.. ni T'.i.T v,., - '■'■■..■ 

Kvelvn S-ii-.lni. rikiniicr. J/.n'. .-. Mii.lni- Sinlti '.,r[i» .... 
FrMtri.k H" Ip. -W...1W-. iln.lniD StuirCorpi 

lVlllllSUl I IIU.l'l. ll "i'-."'A. ."..„..-. |..,I|,|..,-, .-.,|| |''.l'pS 



■r*» Woilt.Piliuli, H-'Jf. llrii ill Artillery . 



3 An K . 67, 3 Doc. j8 , 7 Dee! 74 



;. '<;';' 



H..U-H Ali'MiTiiliT .>/.'j..t. H-.i-ul Arulli-i'v . 
l-'i'«nciflliu. .!■(■«■ tlhlliiiTii. J/.i>r, «<>) Hi Km:!, 
ilmrli-.r: !..■ M Tin try. lii.ja.-, Dulto of Cc 



Cornmll'i Light 1 , 
- J 

I i,,r„l 11, ...rv >■■ ' - .1 ■ 1! !■■■:■. li'V'ii llllll.'l r 

Lilm U'll'im'ni .iiuiiitr> il*j~*. iirnffBl Staff Corp* .... 

,.....-. FrederiiNt H.iAam Dike." U<v-. &-P- eoFaoL.) 

A:'l,,"l'rV:""]','''l-i -«'■ ■ ■._«..-! C.'lui'J I.C;-'l...r.l. .-'.'.' r\,.n) .'. 

\r > ,i' , 'i.'V..ii.iii!'v i : -'Vr' 'i-.'jJ'.i.'.'V. Li'..' iii Vi'ulle'rr ."' 

II ml ii,., 1 |«i I- Stirk*, H>v*i Royal Artillery 

Donald Ueorge AtiilniT-.-ri, .t/ic'i', Nui tlininjitoneluro Bogt. 1 , 

.IiitL'ci. VVii.idwiiril hi-titt, Jf. .,'.)!■, li.'iirl Murine* """"'." ,*" 
11 illiiini 11. 1, iv VV111 -■-.., Ji.'i ■■«■. N l.riM'ii-l.Tr !ii«t. 1.S1 

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Lh'cl.v Oiioi- I'li'l'l' ', M't-ir, Unmtmy BUQ ^orpe 

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Fnink I.". In", >!■'; 1; Iti.y,,, Ariillt-ry 

M11I,: ii,-i)yii- Ii..'. I. ."■'.■■.-. Ii.-mt.il S'lill f'.n.." 

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-M ■, r^hm 1 1 .1 1' n.i - cli.i-kn. ' .'■i.. 1 . C.i,'«!«. H.n.il Ai'.i.l. rv 
p.i.r. W111I..T lii i-i!uiL"L K...I, I ■ i''. 'in. II .V"' AiliLery . 

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William AHirn II111I1.. 31ai-r, fc 
William J'.l, 1, KliBltiluo. Mi'J"P. I 
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Majors. 



nRonalrt Campbell. Majar. Benual BlaffCon - B 

bit WillwijjntiJ Wallace, Major. KrartR yal RiHwlto K I 1« 
i» Smi tn, Jfa/er, I^acuiiirs F>t4 lien (x. Foul) .. i i 

li(J Leish Hnnt. V.ijor, llndra. BuffCcrp* v 

mm Martvn HitcbiDH, c-mlain, ta.p. Royal Artillery -1 
r« * illiain Thompson, Major, Lo.bian R-*i. (. Co.*) ,tt 
Hi Frederick Greataood, Vqjor, If. Homy Regt 7 K ool y 

,Hea Haj, Kefer, Bombay BtalTCorpa . •) 

,rlw R. felioit wtaeatley, Vijor, Ban] Artillery . 

.rle* Anthony Lenny. Major, Lincolmblre Rejrtliofui.il ' 

Jonn Baity. Jfiiiw. rJorttiampUimbir* Hfrft [,8 fw.ii < 
i.v U-Hiektrn Knj, JiWw, Hnvftl JlHrir."- 
iouk Renuy Cowie, Jfuior. Bengal Staff I'nrpn 
bij BerwfOrd Nang'e. Major, Madnw BiarfC"™ 
in Henry Tnllocti. Major. Ivelah Fiwlllen (jl Fu-.tl 
<■. Reainald Arthur J unee Ta loot, Major. • (..Ini.ui.. 
inder Money. M«r, Beiiiral BtPtrCurpa 
er, HTujur', Hampshire Rent, (6j Pott)., 
Hid, (Wain, 8. 8 alfoldnhire ft- ift (8„ Foo- 
nlphln TeMman Binra, Jfa/er.Mt Am'len 
Fred t« f DuTonT. i'j,',.. Kiddle**) ':i 



IB Baker, Ifo/n 



lis, 8. 8 

3, Tom! 

nrdJamet Henry " ratt r .,»... Worrmtcnhi 

7 Oordoa Hutchinson, Coyvtoia, Le 



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o, (-■-. i ••:■•. Sl-,f ii> :■„••'; ■"■aff ..i-;.'-. 

hjW Andrei* A»n.-w." V«>r. b p. jo Fool ; D A. » ,f, 

mlerick Charlea Kcyter, Major, City of Londou Rcirt 

.nUhMld Iver Mni-'iverti. Wow. Iloyal Amllery '.'.'.'.'. 
Jwhe- R.ebaH w— ■. */.,..„. H'.mi Anuiwj . .. 

IrjrH..'..f.i*.r.r« Mi,-- i.ii>;)Unni 

[uwaiev Wart [io™ I r. c . („.'«.., II- 1.. Marine* . 
ffrier Fredenck Kt.wj, Major. Seafortb HiL-blas . 

17. Fooil 

D™iille Uaacie Taylor, Major, Inmakilllnfl Foamr™ 



TboaM ftilmer Nonon, lf«j'or. Hoy»l Mnnr.on 
tlwui Maitra Whale. Major, Royal Hari'.en 
Wiiliua Kmeraon reek, Vuer, Royal Knifine*™ 
H.ri.nEv.ritt. lf..,«-. Ro,»IMar,n«... 
MhUkhJ. Kinir-HaraKn. Major, B<-nir-l Staff 1 
tiS m TBonuu. Htuart. Major, Bengal SUIT Cor 
CtL-ifa John Wa'ter. Major, Beogal diaff ij r- * 
Uavd Owen Browne Gray, Major, Royal Kami 
Hmrj Gay Carl-Uin, Major Lilicolnaliire liOKl ( 

WborMorni. Major, 60 Riflw 

Jou Toiinaer. lfaw>-. Hoy nl Artillery 

Jotu.HKtH.ntld Heath. Major, U<no»l aisffro 
;W|« Jobn De»hon. Afujo-: Koyal Artillery 
GwwCji, Moor, Iri»bVu«ilier. (a, Footi 
6-nti L«»y, Major. Meilraa Buff Corp, 



WsumBtsphFn*, Afujor, Royal 1 

W0r«i ol p UU u J ,Sweiiy. Major, C-itj of Lo-!iiou Keot I 1 
S"«rt Andrew Trev.r. Ka/jr, Royal Kn.ioeer. 
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.^ . .. , e. OordoD Hitrblandert .. rf 

iltuoilfr Barton Brown, Major, Rnyiil Arfllery 
l*i IWhray Trott*r, Ckftmim, Beniral Staff f.irpa . 
H.^r. i„i„*, ri, U -]^r ifWr, R,,t„| Am ,-. 
'rwtim Hnirhe- Huliett. lfa/or, Mjidrai S-affCnrTH 
Cl»iin Edward Sbepliert. JCujor, Baniiral rluKT Uirpa 
*«a All under Trtnple, Jfajor. fionnl 8t»ffCorpa .. 
Jw-lwStM p-ornei ijjiiiiiiiniiker. M-jor, Bcojbaylilall'.'orp* 
■MtyCuItT Major. Bombay Staff Corp* .. . .. .. 

pnrTwvur Bulkier. Major, Bombay Staff Done. 
^'••RtOnenieB. rialrymplo. Major, Madrs* BUS Cot 
gam ULirjrea Crawley, If u>-, Lirerpool Rrax H F 
"•"B yiUmaarioe Htokes. Major, I' 
«La Cnariw Campbril, Ka^kafli 

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v.i.c. Lnoeelot Allgood Grnrr-on, ¥*>■•*, E. Surrey Reel- (7= F.) 

0.ciiTl,.vni(i.-. - .l/.ii-r. Km-ilMun .Artillery 

Horn.-.- llnh.itrl r.,.- V .nhiini ■ ar.'T. «= '. Bengal Btaff C. 



sr Joaiah Run 



r. iv-.v.. Kl.ll 



SMCjfair.")' 

trie* W. Henry Wilton. M«jw. Warwickshire Best. (6 F.) 
e», MM*. Royal A.tlllftry -•■ 

mClrok-, ifii-r. U ...ill AniUfry 

Walker Beminl, If..,- K- ^ .. I Avriliery 



or Ormiby Vo/nr, Roral Artillery 

Rowland Walker, .tf.i/,.r, Hr,i>.| ,\ n :I.itv.... 

Frederick Honry Miitlnnrt. W<v>, Henc-al titan" Corps 

Henry Weddcrb.iii, i-..,.k,.. Mm ■ B at) Artillery ,. 

John Walker Inyo. M ,..■. H .vni Ar-illery 

Arthur Jnmeni'ook. -ll,i.,„r. iii,ii,[-li re IleKt.(6; F.). 

John Vewy .-.m...,,],! .If.,,.-:.-. M....,1I, York-Min li^l. M l-'.l 

Hardin Bnmlcj, ifajnr. 6 Dnguoa Gnurdi - 

Huirh .ii...i k -h (Vri.-.f. ' i . ,.r.„ ... S.nf ft I j Hii!h!nnncr»(,S F-> . 

W m Jimiw, H..IM- i—l-. II... -r. I. -Hi Kr-.r.c ,■» 

Cnarle-MoroBtwUit «.„..■". N .ff-.lk lt*irt. (9 F.) 

Jlua Charles nurir.ii. .'/ *t.i-r-l: m Heel. i8n F.) 

Daniel Aleiiiudi'r Hm.hi. W.i.-.r. .Sl,n-|..tiire itenl.(Ss F.) ... 

fllnrl-f .'■■.,;,': .... M ■.-. !{.>v;..l I- ■ .,,.-.- 



>]l.>v. -Viler. Beuiral Staff Corp. 

100 rmlerirk lliii.'l...-. 1/..-..- II,, ml. 1 .■ siiirT Corps 

Jameh Turner dimi, mi,-, to. ,-.. MlIhi- Staff Curpe 

John Quarry, »i.,«.-. I>rlt:.hire Hem. <«. F.) 

Hubert Bruce srhv.n ..;,,.;.,,. I [■ 1.-1,!;, mlnr. (91 F.) 

Henry M'Leoil Hutl'lo-' ■;. V \ ..'. f. '. ,'. .r'ksliire Bent. (riF.)! 

Malcolm WillinTU i'li.i-fi- 1/..,t, I! .yi.i Knjriiu-am 

Robert Wari.urtnn. J/,....r li.,..;.'„l si., II' Corpa 

S.i.c. Robt. B. Cullmruc .I.i! i- 1- '■','■ Nnmi'shire li'-ct. (f-7 F ' 
eymour Duncan Hj.i i™, r ',.,■' II iil-.iI *tarr Corn* 

Rwiniiid Chalmt-r. 1/..J '. Knif 1 - II, v. I Rifles {60F.) 

IViMlillH V.r.„.| KIM., IV, -,:,,,. lii-n-ul S .,:! '"...i.-. 

ttnfriuilij liitm-tt .V.i„.,-. Sdu'orrh H olr.uders (73 F.) 

"orberl Wynne Avnerloy, Ifu.or, oLllit." 
-"—Ton, Caytwt - ~ 



o Nov. 5 B 
>B Jilly 6J 






Edward Barry Il..l..|.. rv ,.;■..".. II-hl:..I si, ill Corn* 

Aim. I 1 ;,:.,.■;.',■. '■„,.,.,.„ n. ,,.. : .. s.-.n 1 ■..,-. - 

John Run»nv .SI.1.I4.'. cli (..,.,,...., U v:il Artillciy 

Hijnrv I'iji.m. C.j.l.".. !!■, v.. I Art. II. ry , 

Rinitp- ll.ui-.iii AI.I.-.1I. Hi;.' II. -...r.: St.. II O-rpis 

II...U-. v. r.' Hum. '■..;■ '.I.... 11 :;.l .si.ir; . '. r|.* 

Ainu. Donald M'Gh'bw, <:■)■ i-ji.-i. (i.i.ii.m lliuhlaurten (oj F.) 

Frsnoia Lo«rry firnv,.*. i:,,,i H'.vn! Artillery 

TUViilinm Jilhn V..i...ki.. (■„, ,)„;„. |:.i,^„l SUIT Corp* .., 

Bd»»rd Merry Lurnoi.o. '..,.(..... It ■ -.r.l Rtimnecn. 

HnrrlMn RoMLe-m M...-.-.,.,, (Mc'ji'b. fioyiil Anilkri- 

Rictinnl CorlKtl, (V|.f ri». It .ml A..I Icrv 

Thuuiw HunBFrfor.. j. I ... . I till. <:.,.>;■:■,. K KnKtneo™ 

James AIbi. Fran. II rftiotnit-Mn -k. : up. itajnr, 9 L»uoer».. 

Stunnui Verner Uonk.ri. ('.•/■ ...... II, .,!:.. I HUiB' Curpn 

Jo1tnHennB.tnrlr.l,(l)i; If.o,-, 11., -tor Kmili-.-r. |.d, F 

Willwm Sinclnir s-miili [j.-s-i, c.,,.0o,. It .yul KinrlucBre ..... 

Fr»neii. Clmrii* Hitil 1.. I'.i '...... II. 1 1 Jill MtHff L'orpi 

Archibald Broadr...-.!. r.i/.i.O... II .i„l In.illerv 

'- " ir,Cui.(ui>. I.nriiinU.r-1-iircHif.t. i 7 F 

-. „_.101P. l.-fl,.' Ei..:IO.^ll .^uiir .li.ip^ 

,. It DlatV«o.il-t'i r. Co./ Kinu'V 11. II tlfi- («.o F. 

Williuni OnurtniT I In it'" ill, '.'.ijJ...,. (l-.itl.ay Huttf t'ortil 

Wlllioru H.ll. C.o.f.o.i. li.oi;r:il 9.iilf f .r|m 

Leilie Trevor Bi.lioi.. ( ■,.,.(„.,,. [;. 1,^1,: si,ir LVirps 

GcorKt' Lloyd Rciliy U.cli.r.l, -■/: ■-, liriij-'li Ml, ill' c..r|. 

Kilmuu.i WilliiiTii A.I.Lt-rl..y. r..;,M , n.v 1.1I Liiinl,.., R,.y[. (, f. 

Bl..orufinlit Im.u.-Ii. lii,.f...H .j LuTirfr* .,,...„. 

Aim Thnmim Bcton .1 Fliriil. (.'..,. ..In. Bi'ubuI SHUTClurpii .... 

Frci.ti.Tirk WilBi.n H.- mi l-. r.,,,i,o„. , l)r.<et>ui>Giurdj 

Jcwi»li I'tiilip" « -roiu].!..., Nvfil.e. ' .,,-I.i,h. IWvml Sinn" Uurpj 

Thomas. I.l.nu l..«i» fail/tin, Vevgiil SlaO" Cume 

Aleunder John F-n-tili II.1.1. ' '.n-' ■..», buti«ml Staff (Jorpi . 
Duncan Fortiea Unil.'..,, c.i,j u i. 1, ni.oi Hinblandor* 193 F, 

John [li-lalj-noo M»n,cl. f'»,.r«ii.. Billt Hriirada 

(•hMrl^- Fr.'.-l.Ti.- 1 nil. i'..,,t.„». II .-. :,. Kr.KLBiiera 

Georne Hambley KMi .(■'. r 1 ., ,'■..... Ili'i,..,,! smtt'tlorpa 

"Henry TraTMtI.iijr.il. 1. ''•.,■■'. "M H .ml Irnlhry 



Charl e* Frede rio W m. M 
Ilnt-iil KliLTilty rin,i:,K'lnii..i... 



5 J->n. 78, sMar.Bi 
1 Mar. 7fc| -j Mar. S 



i Out 6717 Auc. jo I ft Apr. 781 3 

rA|ir. 70 -.-8 <.)cl. 71 17 July ?S\ 1 

lOtrt. 6n:,8Jnn. 7=1 »<>«'■ 7», 1 

i Apr. 1.8 iS Orl. jJjlOcl. 7S a 

; Dec. 6« 4 Dec. (-911 Doe. 7^ 1 

i Jan. 67 1 6 May 7118 J»n. 79I 3 

I May 67 i S Dec. 6 9 jjFob. 79 1 1 






LTfK-.r. ('«,'."*. IIitij..! Staff l.'orpa .. u 
It (iurilon Katie, Vaplain, Dwrnitlt 11 

I-, fu^utii, Stafortii' iiiiriillutliT. (;a F.j'iE 



Major 



■ , Gordon HiKhUnden (»j F. 



England, Jfjwr, ll.viil Ari-.ll 
Vhi.li, .W.i,.,r. BonK.iaUifTfc 

Holl.-i". ,W.ii«f. Ii.m.1. uriiiler 
■■-.rlva I..HIT-. .1/.,,.j-. M'.l.l'i 
.rrrinr M..,ir. Xt.ii.ir. Wilt-tiiri' 

I'-'li.'.ifi,'.','.. 'l5r,'.',.,,iVir',[V'''-.,n 
. Lsvje, J/..,.r. i;.. T nl Arn'l.T 

- Mint' I, -Wj."*: li-i- C ..lSr, 

M,r !■:,-.. M„,v.r. il.inil Ki.tririr 
t.,n. Jf..,(ir. }i Tnlm SlillV ' '. 
'[h-i-rMI.*,. Il.p. ,a fOO 

ii. *.,;.*, ItiriiiEiieiWn.... 

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■- Mm ls.-iv. Miijar, it. -lnhr-.v Muff Corps 

tvr II '. lfniV, hli.mHiiv Stuff Cor pa 

nwii N r„v, Ui.jor, llwicil Hwff Corps . .. 

■d Tandy. Jtfa/or. Rumba v SLiff Corps 

ll VHi.-li. J/riMr, Dlllilil] Fll'ititr" (l« F.) . . .. 
■ •nrt Hni.il. Va/'ir, Conn might Ranifera (B8 F.) 

■lie Siveto. tf.iir. [Irii^s! Sniff Corps 

i- Mi.nlniiiil. !/.,>,. I.nii.if.t R-gt. (.«, F.I .. - 

Hnt.ke, »nW, Derbyshire Kejrt ( 4 =F.) !!/" 

r, [.Hl'li. «..,«-, V,.lk HTl.l L,LI.C1,-lLT H'-jt. (S, F.) 

i.l WiilliK-;. .W«ior. Hifhlmxi IJirutlnl. (71 F.) 
nMt. l'lir.i, .V„;„ r . (ilinicj.svniliirn It's;!- (a3 F.) 
Film- 111 Rnint, Jliiior, lmke of Cumwull'il 

ri' I46F-) .» f 

Hay I'hnrcdi, -W-ijer, Miiiii-fcCpKT hV K l. !■)'.. F.) 
1 Hiini..] Hik-v. Ifn/m-. Hip Border Re*t. (j 5 F., 

Bciuiiu. Jf-jcr. 6 Dnnroons ... 

D -Ci rtwri ght, Major. Mi,riNiiliipL<ju»liireRL'Kl 

•Mliam, M-jnr. Oim.Tr.n H k-l, hinders (70 F.) ... 
rd Vnnileifur, M,.,,.r. Surf. Ik Rent, (9 F.l . ... 



'IL-I-I.- llO.llf, M.,j„r; I.I,r.l,l,IN Rfijrt (l F.l. 
. I!..,... . I >>l'.i|-.l-.f,-iv l._-l.r li.iiii.iiy 1-., I'. 
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r. DorMisbire Beet. {• 

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July 68 



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Allied Hy.C Lynch. -l/.i>»r, N-..II1.HT1 

• Lee Street. lf»jor, He " 

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Blmrd Lee Street. J/ar'ar, IH-mh-KLto Kiwi, (i 

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iVilimu, Ai. sira^rH'.iiu.., -V- -. 1> -"'■■' ■' I -'■'■' '■ , 1 
k,l-„r,H;iiMlvH..v... Unit.*",. U-,-; I '"■ Hud. UP.) 

lfnnMirn Rope. Jfui'w, (i-.r.li.n Mil-) kii'lvrs |i»F.) 

. |. ,„■,■:„, \\ ,.„!!,. if.,;,.,.. i...i,i-ii-!ii .1 1'iiKilmra ( 3( . P.) 

.l.-.lm (ilpturlCriL-c, .tf.i/.r, «,inlM II. 1: 1)4 P.) - 

llcrliiTHirumwi-il (.'i.ih.T. ,l/.i/,.r. is llii-mn 

,■ ■ I....L..vif!: M..i,i||-t.ii..i:in. .ill •■ M ■■.,■■■ . ■ I. .11:1- !■.■ 
* .Ilium i:inicl-.«s, -l/.i/.i.-. r.rir,c;.-l.ii-.. I'li-iUfm (» F.l .. 

Willi:,.,! !fr...V Hur.lin, M.,j»r, I'Li..- .nv Keitt, (31 F.| 

P.ir St. Vincent Alcuiiiriir Hmiiiiimk. Uajtsr, UiforaitdrB 

Llitht Inftuilry ( l3 F ) ........ 

11- .i> I.i-i.i- L-tlwn Kllii.t, V,,,.,,-. 1 MV. unci Uric Bi'ct t-iji. 

Fr-.u.ii-. H:ir*i.-..1 I'.. .■.•(■. Wu, ■-..-, 11 Sim ««■ Anilli-r.v , 

John Uni» Lackr, Af.r,..-. i;..i.l..i, II ■!. 1. 1' •■!■'- -■ > 1 

llifhiinl Panon*. Major, WnreB»imhi™ K»r»- (l» r 1 . .. 

HicbiiM PenrsDn Croti«r. >'■, ■■■■■-. l-i-i -m.i 

HI ward Hcnrt Mfmri! , Motor, II. M'irm.. Mullerr 

l>ini» Junius WitiTiitrii.'liI iliiil. Ion. i»..". »' ■ 1 

l(V'i.r'j : V. M..-..iv..,..'l.V.,'.>- , .'v.'"l'.'- : -'-- >'■"' 

Wil r.„i ffl rkc, Af..,Vr, Mi-I Surrvj li.-il ii F.| , 

, ... K<l*'»r,l WhiUik-"!- l:..«.-,i-!ii. «■...< . - .■:. - ..-.-. 

o Roet. (60 F 



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. gixt. El 8 May fiji 
1 9 May (6ijHaj 57' 
■ o Apr. 61 U Mur. 64! 

ijoJ-n.'fisljaMnr.'ei 
iBMay S s J' A"*-J»i 
l'7Fi'l). S j| lOut. jtl 



llcnrv Eiicharil TToBre. Major, Bord 
|-i|iit!< i I'inCKliu LOYeridKO, Major. . 
~ —1, ITb;m. Ifiij- .,'^..,11,1,, 



I .|. Al!..-rl Vircrii; p. .,«:, V, 
illlSIK l'il'1'..l Fk-CtlT01.il. IfOL . . 

irrt b. n'Entarlr BOMMMM, V4< 

in Ail,.il[iliii.- li-.i'.'-.T/'- 



■ iiii.iik'I.i 11 n,i;,.| 
i„.„sl,it,. K„,i|,oi 

°!"st\'i«r. .""fin" 
tlctft 116 I'M . 



wall's Liirht Infantry (46 P.) >\ 

liinin. Welihcr Smith, U*,:r, S. SiftHlinltliiro ll^bt. (38 F ) ... 

J^inliSrikincCullLnni. J/«/„r. h.i- . to K«t >> 

Itirhiiril Tti«. HiBnlns. 3lii«r. Kin« - "* :i !■■ ; 

rimrk-- Pioi.-.,i. iri.iiiiT, l/.i,.,,'. !•■■ ■? K ..ml I. ■ ■■ ■ I' ■ ■ 
f. u. . 11. 1 An In, r Uiillvr. U„j-,r. Irish Hill.n (6} F.) ., 



nOct. «jij Kot. 
Xir,'ei!)DDt.. 



|- .-,.-■■ Mi,' ,-.i 11. • .!■■■. 1/," ■■■ 1 I'; ..■■■■■ ■ 1 

li U .IS, V111.3111- L..TH..H. ,!J,i,.". W V..|l:.h:i,.- !:.■■.-[. (14 I'M.-'s 

J..- ■, I, „..l,r,r,l Muni. A/..,-.-. iHilHHi , :l 

HciryllrinkrowHurriMjIi. Major.The Buffs j) F.I ...... 

vl.r .- John rJvn.lhum, U.oV. Irish Klfics (3, V .) .... 

«,., Ulnpr <;<■,, w Km-Wl Mi.ntML'.i. -lli|,.r, R. HorMCLBldn 

TIii.iiii.i- Arthur doukll. Jfii/Dr, 17 l-nnitm ...|i 

J. .hii llenr.v ilmntnilf}-. J^,ii,>-, I, j ^Im-i lltm. inV.) \: 

... M, ,i-, ii,ii.-.,.. .«.,... ■■- i. ■ ■ ■ ■ . - 

, ... . IV, llmm Clu.rk:. M,-„,iP. M.,,: -r. »■..-, S.irrM.v Hi-l-1 i ■ I-.)! 

Jiln, [.lo-j-ilDi.ikiii. 31 ..,.>!■, i;i. .in--" !■-!'■ I- Ki--'L. («i F.I 1 

[■ „- ililri-hv. l/.u.T. K.ii,-!.,,-,. H:i.-i !'-■ I'.l ....„ 

Ul-d.v Ev»n PuursWl Thoroi.s. Jd'l-r K V-rk Rc-l. 1, 5 F.I.... 
1-,.:„|.,„u.l.:,M t -i, tf.isr. lV k r.,i-l:-V,,i,. R-rt- 16 T.).. 
!■■, .. l-;,J-.v!.Til ij,l.i..|,. Il.iwf. K.H1U- Own llnnlcrei 
.-,;,, .1. U, :...:... .11 ■' ■ ■ 

H, ■ 1 ,.|.| IIi.l.t li.,1.1, Ji,. ,.>,-. II- i-.< Ri'L-t. (44 F.| 

I. ■ . \:- ,1 I M,i;n,v. Jluji.r. W,.i Kim I ii, -I ,; 

C, .,,... ,„ II. K !k-.:ii, J'Jiij..,-. K. \!„r,„- Aitillery . 

(,,.,, W, l-Mwunl Hiii-,.;-. Jf..;i.r I ,.,-l,l'f l-'il.ilkr., 

.: .I,-, till',- [in-. W.imr, N.-.iT-.lk It-'t-t. [ S FJ 

.!.,.,:, i.kivl I'noi, A/,,:,,,-, Ii.-l(..til,.|ilr,. ttcirt. W- I' I 
i 1 ,.^'.- A(.);ili.i.-ill Liiflim. Ai.ni.r. Uill, Hii ll.Vi.-i. 11 V j 

i.f ..- r 1 ■ ,-..,.1,11 '■!.„.. .v AJu,.,.. U>:l i-li-re l.k-l,, I, 

,-.-1 ftl IHljft folium, Major, UM Rcgt. (ln3 1.1 



; ; lliir. 64 "j 

sbrt!' -,5 1: 
2J N.iv. t, ,. 

gJlllyfis^, 

;oOct. 65 17 Feb. 6; 

4 July 60 11 Scp'.oi 
10 Hay 64'joJiJr 67' 3 
... . I BJmn <B. s 

ojiilr E>|i3 Aa K . 6 4 'i: 

ayJnn. 6?i J 

SIV-. 6, ;, 
1, So|it.6o i] 
, , |.\.1>. 1.1 , 

illny S9'« 
" Dec. ot t'4 

g Fab. 64! 1 Oct- 66 ■ 



c. n Ai.. 


. UDI . 


Tmsjc. 


"."July S. 




1 July 8. 


JjiiEl 


. July S. 




. July 83 


'i'lEr 


. July 8. 






. :■■■'■ ■'; 


1 July 8, 




1 July gl 


.July 60 




3 July 69 


■ July S, 


. J.uy Sg 


. July 81 


6 auk '9 


. July a. 


1 A'i H . 69 


. Jnl' S" 


iA«*.69 




, AHK 6u 


I Jul? ni 


1 84.p1.69 


3 Jnly Si 


4 0,1. (.J 


, Jnly 8, 


!, (h't. v. 


. July 81 




1 Jnly I, 


9 Oct. 69 


. July B. 


oOct. 69 


. July D, 




■ July 83 


= na. 60 


. July Br 


.3 N,,i- f. 


. July 6. 


n N .1 . „■■ 


: inly S: 


; n^'-;J 


, .\i-.y ?! 




.July 81 








I July s! 




3 July 8, 




. July t, 


;Jnn 70 


, Jul, 8. 




. July 8. 


a Jan. ^ 


. July t. 


oJan. 70 


. July S, 




3 July 8. 


A F«b. 70 


, July S. 




. Jnly 8. 


, M, r ; 7= 


. Jul, B, 


< Mur ,,. 


. July 8. 


(, Mar. ,0 


. Jnly B. 


6 Mur. 7° 


. July a. 




. July a. 


...ma,-.;- 


■ Jnly 8, 


^>M«r. 70 


, July 8. 




. July 8, 




. July 83 


1 Apr. 70 


t July 81 




. July Bi 




1 Ju.y 83 


1 A|,r 7U 


. July a, 


, Aur. 7" 


1 July 8. 




■ July 6. 


9 Apr: ^ 


, July 81 




3 Jul, B. 


oAjir. 7a 


. July Bi 


9 Apr. 70 


3 July 8. 




. July B> 


;.,A,.r. 711 


. July B, 


H M„J 7^ 


. July a, 


a \Lny T . 




i S?« 'o 


I July b! 




. July 8. 




.July B, 




■ July 8. 




1 July 83 




. July B. 




■ Jnly 8, 




. July 8. 


,.j„iy ;. 


1 J"iy 1. 


7 July 7= 




7 July 7= 


! July" \\ 


3 An.. 70 


. July 8, 




. July B3 


5 Aug. 70 


. July B, 




. July S> 




3 JUI, t. 




. Jul, 8, 




. July 8. 




. Joly 8. 


,ii,|V.;, 


. July B. 


i Sept, to 


3 July 83 




. Jnly 8, 


* Om"'' 


. July 8. 




■ July 8. 




. July a, 


1 Oct. 70 


3 July 8. 


lOot 70 


■ July 83 



Dllip Kd«»nl Poi-v il«j.*, , rin*Krmn C.unnl* 

■::l>.-, l'.,,vt.>. J/.j|..r, IriHli Fii-.li.ini (So FJ... - 
.-..-. ill .r_-, Sin-[jfc- l/.i,...-. !-;-.,■■. r Li-— ■ l--. F.l 

fn rylc, Blmiileli, M-j-ir. [f ,n..,i-hi r . luxl r"7 V.) 
• <■ .fun. KiMmr-,1. hi-...', «■. .!/..,.■.■-, K v,,i-,.|,i,-, H ,■„■!. 
rwltncir Houry Killer. Jf..,,.'. II'.MI.k-i ll-i'i. 1-7 I'' 

i.« WJi'dhji^'V!;'. '"'<: ,''l. , |'''.;-'i'!,-'r,''( J i l F I 
JWGmlV, llajof, tU,*t l/ir.cn-h'.rL' HO|(t l]" F I - 
"•■Jib £ppnctjr linnyciu. Slujvr. ; LuniMr- 
!r*d Hitiby. .l/.r ,,„■., Dihim,.,, ituiirrl. 
Iwurd Warrer. '.;■■:■! 111:. 3/..J.J-, her ■)-! 



time, Ifiuor, 3 D.- .gum 
U.ilTi!lo. Jf u /<„- Hignln 






i" July's. ; 

■ Jul, a.! 

■ July E. 

! fife ft 



:,&.; 
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Uuilfrtl. Jf->i\ B. Unci 
• Bill, JCi>r. Bin* W'm 
l-While, JTo/or, Mlrtuh 



■wnrt PucrmuD, .If yi 



,1,.,.,-V |r. 

U* F.l 



«n»Oouner, J(a>.r.'i;i.iuo.-i.T.-liir.i licet (. 

'ulum LiiDwlKle. Jfa>.r>. U> l- ■ ' 

oi. Cbarle* Fred. MmMen. » 

Qui.* limuUir Lwcvw lf< 

'». W*»f I Steii.in 1'r.ek, .1- _,.. 

ubmAleiawidfrCrW.ir. .«./«-. 

illUm Anitm Aitc ,i-n... TV- 

Ktwtl-.ionbell BUrrUH. V.j„r. I 

nn f rrnch Cot oa. Ifij'or (Surdi 

lnu.ii.lw H«iry V. " 

.t at lullrm, -- ■ 

• r. ti.Mk.d.iL.ini.r,. M.,n..."i. -«.<;..r, Unburn Rem. (. I 

:ibn Purefliy Kill* Itra «.-. Jf.ii.ir. 3 HusMra 

rj-»l Hnltdt-u Fii-Mr. K.I..1-. K-.--I Ke K -l. <44 F.) 

' -.. Major, Buihurliind "*-* 



„„...¥, :::::::;H 
i'ty^i" ! 

(Wer. (=3 F ) .. 

n Lt. Int. i..i F.j .. : 

Wvl-n Hem. (6oF.| |. 

ttigbuuHler- '- ' 



Apr" ' 


| Mur! 7" 


■ July 8 
, July B 


J»!l i» 




i .Inly s 


J uii« eg 


5 \li.r. 7i 


i July S 


An,;.!., 




. Jul,- 3 


JiiueB*. 


A jir. ,, 


i July 8 


iv„v. 6.1 


May j, 


, July 5 


dept ^ 


,1I»J- ■/. 


i July 3 


.1,11.1:6,1 


, M„y -,■! 


i July a 



liny 6, aSMiy *i ■/ Muy 7 



iisij 



i&Iwrfi be Teiwicc 



*J f \ 

obn Predtrloli CnnJ* - Howard. Maior, King'e OwnjL 

fiUiarji Frelrrum Hr.nni Sl*i -r. \V,.,i s'.'iil B-lft. (37 F.i ...'■■ 
*.ir^Hrrl)ntWn.)il..vl. .If.ii-r. W.-i. Sum/ Regt. <' p ) --! 1 ' 

• (.'WLlLimnamltnC-.il,.. if,,,™-. ,-|i r .li, r ,. R, - Kl . (» F.) 

■tmicu Willlnm K.iiP. .If./,.-. Hii » .it. m F 1 !»■ 

fiilimn Sb«une.tt. .V i>"' Rovnt « 

■ r- ■.!.... T,il. .1 1/ ....■■. i;..v ; . . . _ 
'/M-riok Pluniv tSH.tH-j.11". il-jor il./v mIiib E 
Surl«» Elw»j-.| "B -iv... «.!>!■, The Buff- (3 F.) 
fenl:i Mt<ii<«klh ttturlcjr. Jf../w Klng«OwnB«i 



R- B t. (,1 F.).. 



r.Vw.i 

'" . Cukridce «r <vr Vntr E11M Vnrlt-dlrt Boat, [ij F.) 
«nr(rt *ui[n«Ti™ wi,iw. Jf.yVr. rj. trniiUn Hogi. (jo F.) 
n.iH"lK»m W.l.nn, JPyar. LcicMtenhire E*irt. (17 F.) ... 

'•■■ li'ltTl H II U:i..-.l|.l, .U.J-.-. S'l .-!-.< I(..,-I. I ,j K.| . 

O.vid PwilJun. Jfuiur. II .nlou H1..-I1I I»r»h» I" ) 

*murUnKTic-Bl).J( ■!'"'. Middlert'J ttmt. I77F.) 

''rtHilalMun. Jf W'.i DmB.K.iiG.inraa 

'■ ii ■ II -ti.i.l . !/■:/ ■■-. K.1.1 --in T. v lii/i I;.. I'.i 

J _-o'^.,i.i-ii. u-1-..s.- .n.i-n liiii.,- 1,-1 fi 

■ill»«*n«*IOO Clinrd. Jfuyor. C.ty of Lmul..ii Hcitt IJ F,» 

(i *»nPWniBf, V.ii»f ii r.1.11. Hi.i,ii....|ii- ■ ,. !■■ 1 

*Hu J- SiottviHe l-.iic.-...,. «jj„r 1. .11, .,.11 K. VI 1 1 FI 

'"im-ilKV^rnou. V-.-.r. |l 1 ,|..,..l-i|. r ... H./cl. (i« F.l 

^fHJoanB..tvin Jfj/./r. Wcl.u Hv«i. C-j F , 

.IwnwlHiF.) 

J'twi Bwuljy, Jf ,,'... A'c t. Surrey Ri-ift. (1 F.) 

"illi.mCli.ilwi G m 111. 1(., i.t lliiiiiii.lnrii Krgt. (37 KJ .... 

«■!• li», Jr.jw . Y.rk«.,.l Urirai-i-r lli-.n. (ij F.) 

,iii'l.i. E0«rd I rlirion. Jf.,.-w,l¥« riii.T-y R>gt. (j F.) . 

•uom ftininit Jfi/or, R.>t»T Sons Qii»rU»... 

f I'o.u-.jni NlctVibniTi. Jf ujer. S. iAnonahlTB Rtgt. (8i F.) 

«un-l R.. »u.i B.1.11 ■ puuk, V.i/-.r. 11 I^neor* ... 

Wet FriQin, jr.ijar. 6 Dmirooin 

" Linn. F. 11. C.rv, lf../.,r, B (le HHenie 

■m-pli Uonrr Jnm»- 11, -U •;•■■. U. -1 K./ul llrgt. (97 PI 

JurM F»,rb.nk! I,,.v-,n. »,;». U' >un,v Reul. |j F.l 

l«wj H-.ld.wunn Ki/'lv..l/i.,.-v. H Murine A nillerv . ... 
;i*mlO«irgo>f.irBliin.iitH..rnf, Mijar, iDoVraK ... 
fe=ryjDn«t*n Wo..|-.ir.l. V.i,.-. Mu..iit Fu.-ili-rs ( 114 F 

■ I. ii-.ml s, ,, ... .'/ ...,-. « . 1 1 lil-Hl I .. I I 

Wiry Wim Rirtlr. ui.,..i, f. Jf.ijcc i'j llnwmw... 

'>kii Kamh 1C- <h, J(«nif, Niirtii rtl, iff.". Ichiro Rniit (ft. F 
*JfB* Alfrefl W.l-nn Jf.(i..r, Nortti LancJLsliirfl Re K I (Si F 
U,ie,J».nrtI>,ke .If,,..,-. liiiiHilliiu,- Fu-iilinr. H..SF.) . 
"*« Ao<«ttn«C.iI. M*,vr Uictwt-nililra Regt. (1 J P.).... 

■!■■ ■ ■■! . ■ ■ 

ini^ick *. £I»nti|(t-iii. tl.i-r. \S . 1 irksliire Regt. (uF.l 

BiHpWuUwr. Mmi*. Tim 11 Tiler ll- ff l. ( M F.) 

«"-• Tr~mib Tar» r. Jf«/o». Bl*tli Wntcii (; 1 F.l 

nam. Dm>.ld. Mvfrr If 

'■- '■■-ril'J >■: miiiiiiI il -.1. 
"M.F.molHiIu.u, Jf.yV. 



4 July 60 1 ■ 
E H»r. fal 

7 Miir.Sjl. 



J mm 4 


I taut;, 


I July 8 






t July 6 


Aur. 65 


8 Juno ;i 


■ July B 


Oct. 6j 


9 June 71 


■ Julj-B 


Oct. 67 




■ July E 




, July 7 i 




J. In", tj 


s July 71 


1 July S 


Jimi. 63 


;.|.,iy 71 


1 July E 




il July 71 


1 July a 


SK-1. S9 


J July j. 


. Jmy 8 


AU j. 64 


, Juiy ,, 


1 July 8 


M>r S S 




• July E 






1 j u ! y ■ 


Sept.6j 






Juuel* 






|/,-.,. 6, 




, J B .y B 




j U-1H.71 


1 July a 


J-n. 6* 




1 July B 






.July B 


Julv'U 


■ Hcpt. ? . 


.July B 


J.lll ,,, 




1 Jnly B 










.Julys 




1 Ju r « 



$ July 



;J Keb. .,511! 
,0 .I.1110 Sj'^i 



, Judo ,81 
, Feb. tn\ 

,Apr. it; 



3 M.j- 4, .o Apr. 7> l 

4 July Sj.iApr. j»; 
U Apr. 63 il Apr. ;> 

4 Au«. 03,44 Apr. 71 1 1 J 

sH«. .,!., liny 7=] 1 J 

6 Muv it 'J, M»y ',il . J 
lOc. 61 BJai.e 7 >[ iJ 

,Ju.wS,MJllMnj\.; 

1 Fat). 6j\u» l«u»Ti\ t 



1 July Ei 

1 July 81. 
, July S. 
1 July a.; 
.July!. 
, July B- 
, July 6 
. July a 
, July B 
, July 6 
, July a 
1 July a 



Majors. 



liriH-Ki- 1 1 1 ■ i. . k , - M ,...,]■.. -. .If. i,., -| lii.v ill I ...'nl. hi Rem 
p.:.-. IiVlN.-l yi,i-[„, II,..,,-.. H, ,..;■] N.-msttr U.'L'I In 

Will lul.i!,-,... Trilllir.il. .If.. ,..,-. •-, |lr.iij.j.ji. lii.LLl.l, 

ll-iiry ' '.ni'.l.-.v. .V...i;..,-, Li.iv.il K .uMJeers 

Alii:.;!.. 1 I.'i.m'.I,, i-[nlil];i:i_]j, .lf.,1 ,; II.. V.I. II u n ' 1 -<>' 1"H 
J i-cjih lli-nri Sni./liiL-nin-. M.ii;,; Pi. .nil Kw;i.ei'n 

H:r I -Mnr-l.i Li..y.|. .I/.,.,t. li-mil Kiiiruu-eni ... 

.I,.'hn i]i.-iK.i M.-i, |.in..i-.. M . lfi...r. It. i. Fit I'li-viiiniH . 

TtlotnM Howard, M.ii-i- II I i-;„i.'i.>i,e.re.... ..... 

VlVli'MCls Uuli.-V. Illy- Uii.ii Kutini-er- . 

Haory John Wol*tc, i, Ui.-hli-, .lf.i/.,r. Kuril KnirinMra . 

DhurfrM William Ulni,li,-I.i, .'/■,,:■,-. II. ., ill Kiit-ii..t-i.i .. . 



i Jowpb t'hminpuo ■ iJouninunun, Itqjt 

II. !.!■( .V||.,.,I,.], ■ i l...|;... I/... ■ )!.■, ■ I '. '■ 

Wdliuin IVixi-.nl ■[■ 1,1,,., lf,r,„r. H'>y»l Bl -— 

Mitlflalm Artiull, !,.;.! Al,-,-,. .If,./,.,-, K.iyal So^ . 

p.i.r. ItobertHmnili-n, I, I.... I in-tiinn.r. tt^*., Hi fie Brigade 

■fir Charim Edward rYtMericfc, i«r(. Muji- - ' 

William Henry =—- 



Alli-rl Jur:..- Hi:|,|'.ir, 1f.,,T. II .., nl Kl 

l,v.jJ,i,J.I Yn'l.." rv.vipi:,!'. )/ ', ■!;l!i. lindane 

MunryArlli.il [. 1 ...-.h.-.-. SI, ./..,■. I: III.- Linirado 

JobnLeorrard tire,-. iv. ill 'Vlli-t-].,-' llujur. Lip. Sa Foul 

Wllir,,,,, . . .1 ...:...:,-. .if.,,,... I, ■,.,,.. ■■.,|-,mV,.I.V I. -,., , 

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lloxiniler William Fair, Xajvr, h.p. Nonli»j-pu>inLite 1 

Segl. (,,BF.) _..'. . .. ..J 

n..r. Ferdinand Henry Wheeler Hi In er, UkI Artillery 

([■■.-. :.;„,, i,t, .'/... .r. HiMkW»toh(j 3 F.) .. 

Edward Albert FiuK..y, JT.wr. llumi ,»r-.. lory 
William lluriree Wull..r, .U.r,,.r. Id.vi,) A... icry 

SiChariljK-k.On Ul/I.l. .'(J; r, K, !■: ArlulMT » 

George Arthur French, CJTO. Major, Oonl Artillery 
Robert Daniliui K.ion l-.icihiiri.. Il,i,.,r, rtof»i Artillery . ■ 
MM Wood, Major, Royal Artillery 

Mainland Moore- Lam-, %r, h.-.vj.i An. .'ry 

Francii Caraunan-e Nicolae, Afii/er, Royal Artillery 

William Henry Wright, V<y«r. Roya.1 An liery 

Hrjiera HqwOjI, M„j,.r, Her„f„; Still ,„.,.. . .. 

Arthnr Warry, AT.,;..r. Knval Artillery .. 

5.. r. Henry Ki,.,Uv,. .'/,,,-r. |< ,i„i Artillery 
pimccrlSaHhimr. JT...-J-". II .,-,11 ,lrt:!l,:, ,- .__.„ 

tlmrlea Williiim Tltnmefin. ITo/m-, Roy.: Artillery 

Walter Uairr, Major, Iriab Fuailicra (69 F ) 

William Bell Mat.i.ji.iiM. <t,,..r, l..u>nh. n,e,rt. |i F.) ,. ... 
Frederick William Carey, Major, Roial Artillery .. 
James Thome* CTBrMB> jAy., h.p i..mr<lah.re Liubt) 

Infantry |,j F.) j 

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WilliamOifleUarl.li-. .1T.„.,V, i,.,, . I!.,vi,l Amllm 

Allro.l l.t. .-.„■! ir.V.ir. lT.i,„r, l;..,,.,t>u"v si ■ . -, 

William Handera D.rley, ll.j,r, h.i N .■it.i..'«ilai..i ) 

Foailien (i F.) J 

Eiemrd Str-nuways (fan Jfu,", Flonaa! n.aS r.orpa 

(icnrgo I'liiirk- I 1 -' r-.-, <f . ..- i , 

William Henry Monro limine, JT.j, ■-,.-. ■{. . a.i 1., 

A] I tin Hr-i.iv M ■i.m.th. . if ■/ r, It..-, ,1 Art 

Gerald (Taarlea Hall Farlby. *«,'«■, Royal Artillery 

Bdward Woolleomie, M...T, I1..J.II ami' ,-ry ..... 

ClenaiiiMorley. Mjj^.fciyal Artillery 

Jaioee Hrouiroom, JfejW, South Laocmahlre Heal. I.., K 

William Henry Mater iv, jM»r. 6. La nan hue Keel <„<, 

H.1KI. S.U.Oj .1 N-.l. /.jO-.l.Builrl ^ . 

Wuhlr ■ 

.-ry lieoryo Lcfroy, lfuiVie| Baaex Boat £" F , 
Howard Kanller Luabin^'lon. Major, fl blaaaara 
Henry 11, 111.11, , .U.,,-r. We.it [(,...."■; R, ?(rt <rB F.) .... 
Harry M' Hum II.M.k... If.jT, l(.,-.„l Artillery . .. 

\i,i;„, ,-, mi 1, :,i, ..-;-, i/., ,..,-. it-..-.:. 1 Artil.ery 

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ALifj.iI l-'.l w-.Li-. 1 'I .., r.-r, .!/..;-.•. i(.,v:il Art.lfnry 

Jamea Foil Bronuh. Major, R.iyal ArtlLlrr> 

Georire Arthur Wavuiuu, M.i,.,r, iVjloln - . . i . - , 

CTiarlot Henry l.'uri,;,. M.,„.r. , llrai;uo:i OoarOa 

Henry H. cliard P. Lindeaay, JfWor.liuira.bi™ Fu. i*, F I 

Tboma* Wm. Best, U-j ■ -. w, t n,.l,., t - Kr,n. |rt K ) 

....*. Daniel l.i.t ti,- .».„.,. I,.,,:,-,,.,, - K~wl , r ) 

I'luiri.- iv....,|-.i!i. I., ,,.., j/.,/.,n, k.,1,,1 Ar.iilery 

n,i,riL- "in II. Mri.vrir. )l.„-r. Clltftan 

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t ..e. Jamea Walloi, K. ll.nt ,fi, .If -, li, , , kl .|, M ,/,„ ,7, 

William Henry ilro»ne, Jfa/ur, beniiul (Han Orrni 

(i,...LV.. W, .li.,,;, l:.-M-i-..r.l. If.,,...-. II,., Iv -, I S'aff 6n-p. 
Henri HiiMuliluTi H-.iiIjiil-i-, .l/,i,.-. r , l{,.rai Artil.eri- 
Arihar Nm.iti- l'r..i-... Jf..,,^, li... nl Art "My 
L'barloa Henry j. ( ,ni mt, 1! j ,'...,-. linn I Artillery 

AU.mrj.l.TLlr ,. .1/... ..-, It- v.il Amllen , 

t-iiiiiuel 1'tni, .V.,;.,j., it .mi Ariillery 

Jamo. Wall, .1/.,.-. H lyal An. .-,.." 

,... r K.:, il, mil,, i .,...:;.,,.,. |.,,i„i ArtiJery . .. 

Freiler ck F.kirm Ulikonuy Loralne, Major. HViyaJ Artillery 

FmliiriL'k lt.ii.iTt~ ■>, !■■■ :■,-. itti. .1/.:, -r H ...ii An-llrry 

FWriok Fntncit It,!., ri- Jf,.,.,^, ,;„,li ri 'i,uhl»r.iler> Ni 

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Gerard Van Ueytlini~,n. AT.jj.-jr. Wr-l Y . ..u.-' «, t - (-, 
Hei.r.i r-., ..j.,, A i',<ii.i:i. «„,.„. | r ,,h it --..wfi 

>'ri i. .,■ ,, Mir.lj. V,ij..r, Uiiea>l<'ie Foail.err) (jo 

Robert Wm. F. 1'billi,,,. JT,r„".r. K. rJiirr-w ll*jn (,■ F 1 
RwbarrJ Humphry Tyiu-k-.Jtfrirtr.S.Si.!!-'. ■■..••re 1..C1 ■.,- 
Jrjb.il Ttj.jin.i, Wuilij.t-. Mmtir, LSuml.ui- r-'aJTCortia 
WlllutiKbby R. llemane, Major, R. Artiilerr 

Arobil*ld Jamea Andenon, jV.i/or, R. ArulUsry 

Henry Revaji Uaaceon, Vaj'ep, R. Uarin... 

Henry Fuller. Major, K UaHnea 

William r„yl.,r.\fill,,r, Major, R, Marine. 
ArLliur Melvill line;. .W,.jor. Il,,iul„i.v St.,^ Dorm 
Robert Henry F. Id :,:,>, *, .!/.,,.,.. ii. ,,^.- ^i m fyi- rt« 
Fredcnck William ,l,,. t . T ,h, A/.,,.,-, (i. .,„»., SmrTCorpe 

Jnlntn liatiouan L.-«t ■<■, JT.ij.t. (t.iml,.. -HalT I.' i'pe 

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War Services of the Major*. 

tetieau Mrved at the sieges of Ter Vere and Flushing, and was in action with the batteries on 14 Aug* 
bsequent operations in the Scheldt and retreat from Bats. In 1810 off Brest, rOrient, and Basque Roads, 
ral affairs of boats. In 181 1 on the North Coast of Spain. Present at the attack on Oporto by the 
nrces, 39th Sept. 183a and subsequent operations ; present in the Pedroite works at the attacks of 5th 
Dt. 1833, the action which raised the siege of Lisbon roth Oct. and at the battle of Loures nth Oot. In 
ival and visiting the posts in the Algarves to ascertain and report upon the state of the contending 
th the R.M. Battalion on the North Coast of Spain co-operating with the troops of the Queen of Spain 
3arlist war in 1836-40, including the action of Fuentarabia, and all the services performed there (Brevet 
id Cross of San Fernando). 

. W. Hawes served as Adjutant and Commandant of Cavalry Guides before Delhi in 1857. Com- 
Gu des Infantry on several occasion* during the siege assault and capture of Delhi, and present in 
ish from the ofch June to the 14th September (four times wounded). Present with Brigadier Showers' 
una in the District about Delhi in 1857 as Commaudani of Guide Cavalry (Medal with Clasp). Served 
aofsaie Field Force under Sir Sydney Cotton to Sittana in 1858 as Commandant of Cavalry, and and in 
►f Guides (Medal with Clasp). 

[on. H. J. L. Wood landed at the Gold Coast on the 30th November 1873, and served as Aide de Camp 
t Wolseley throughout the second phase of the Ashanci war, including the capture of Borborassie, battle 
, the battle of Ordahsu and capture of Coomassie, after which he was sent home with the despatches 
n despatches, promoted from Lieutenant in the ioih Hussars to Captain in the 12th Lancers (Brevet of 
si with Clasp). 

. Gladstone served with the Baltic expedition in 1854 (Medal). Also in the Black Sea in the latter part 
I until the declaration of peace in 1856. 

. G Shanks served with the R M. Battalion at Eupatoria in 1854, and with the Brigade in the Crimea 
liege of Sebattopol in 1855 (Medal with (Jla*»p, ,th Class of the Metijidie, and Turkish Medal). 
. Cook was employed with a detachment or the 32nd Madras Native Infantry that, formed part of the 
field to intercept the rebels under Taatia Topee irom 9th November 1858. Was engaged in tae pursuit 
t Shans on the north-eastera frontier of Tenasserim aud Martaban Provinces during May i860. 
I. G. Hoskisson served with the 80th Regiment in the Indian mutiny and campaign in Oude in 1858-59, 
le capture of the Fort of Simree, actions at Bera, Doondeakera and Bussingpore i Medal j. Served 
t of the Regiment with the left attack during the Bhootan Expedition of 1865-66 (Medal with Clasp). 
1 the force under Major General Col borne against the Malays in Perak in 1875-76, as acting D. A. Q. M. 
d was present at the capture of Kinta (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Clasp;. Served in 
or of 1879 (Medal). 

ael A. W. O. Saunders served with the 6th Regiment in the Indian mutiny campaign, including the 
in the Jugdespore Jungle (Medal). 

J. J. N. Buchanan served with the 10th Hussars in the Crimean campaign from 17th April 1855, 
he siege and fall of Sebastopol, battle of the Tchernaya, and affair of the azst Sept. near Kertcn 
1 Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served with the 6th Dragoon Guards throughout the Indian campaign 
, including the operations in Rohilcund and action of Nugeena, relief of Bareilly, relief of 
aore, capture of the Fort of Remai, and pursuit with destruction of the Fort of Mahundee, action of 
., operations in Oude and actions of Mohudipore and Rusoolpore, attack and capture of Fort Mitoulee, 
Alligunj and Biswa. Also served as officiating D. Q. M. G. to the Agra Field Force under Brigadier 
Central India in pursuit of Tantia Topee, Feroze Shah, and others (Medal). 

;. J. Farquharson served with the 23rd Fusiliers in the Oude campaign of 1858-59 (Medal). Served 
1 Goorkhaa throughout the Umbeyla campaign of 1863, including the assault and capture of the Conical 
iages of Lai loo and Umbeyla (Medal with Clasp). Served also wtth the same Regiment throughout the 
opxign of 1868. 

tt. D. Bicknell served in the 18th Royal Iri*h in the New Zealand war of 1863-66 (Medal). Served with 
igiment in the Zulu war of 1879. including t ie action of GingindhkKU and relief of Eko«re. 
w. C. Mackinnon served with the 87th Fusilliers in Bengal throughout the Indian mutiny (Medal). 
3. M. Hay served with the detachment 141a Bombay Native Infantry with theOkamundel and Kattywar 
m in 1859-60 ; present at the atorining of the heigits and forts of Ubphoora on x8tu December 1859. 
N Penuefather served with the 8 yd Regiment in the Indian mutiny campaign, including toe siege 
id its capture by assault on the 30th Marcu 1853 (Medal). 

R. Nagle served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Almi and Inkerman 
siege and fall of Sebastopol, sortie of a^th Ocuober, and assault of the Redan on the 8th September 
Distinguished Conduct in the Field and annuity of £90, also Crimean Medal with three Clasps, Koight 
an of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

F. H. Dyke was present with the 69th Regiment during the repulse of an incursion of Fenians into 
May 1870. 

Gk A. Agnew served with the 90th Light Infantry during the Indian campaign of 1857-58, and was pre- 
Havelock's Column at the actions of th* 21st and 43rd Sept., relief ana suosequent defence of Luck- 
ded) 17th Oct., defence or the Alumbagh by Outram, campaign, in Oude, and final capture of Lucknow 
% two Clasps, and a year's service). 

R. S. Shinkwin served with the 59th Regiment during the operations before Canton under Sir Michael 
1 the latter part of 1856 and beginning of 1857, and was present at the attack and capture of Fort Lin and 
• behind Canton on 28th Dec., and at the storming and capture of the city (wounded) on 29th Deo. 1857 ; 
iffair at the White Cloud Mountains, and afterwards «ith the expedition to the Gulf of Pecheli (Medal 

W. F. Thacker served in the New Zeal ind war of 1863-66 (Medal). 

W. H. James served as Adjutant of toe 31st Regiment throughout the campaign of i860 in the north of 

oding the action or Sinho and storming of Tangku ( vfeJ*l with Clasp for the Taku Forts). Serve 1 also 

operations against the Taepings in the vicinity or Shanghai in April and May x86a, resulting in the 

ie stockade at Nanhsiang, capture by escalade of the walled cities of Kadin, Tsinpoo, Tsolin, and fortified 

jo w, and tf.e affair at Nanhsiang. 

L N. Mosse served with the 67th Regiment throughout the campaign of i860 in North China, including 

>f Sinho, taking of Tangku, storm aud capture of tie inner Taku Fort, surrender of Pdk a ( M ) U with 

. Aefe-d as Adjutant of the Left Wing 67th Regiment during the operations against the Taepings in the 

Shanghai in the summer of 186a, and was present at the storm and capture of the strongly stootaded post 

, the walled cities of Kading, Tsinpoo, Nafow, and Cholin. 

L. G. O Brien served with the 23rd Fusiliers in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the affair of 

, idSiM and capture of Lucknow, and operations across the Goomtee; storm and capture ot fetKanvm* 

e Forts, actions of Jhubrbwlee, Poorwah, Beerah, and Buxarghat; also Tr<ur\».(>ogra. tyawraWo-pa. -wViagk. 

rare driven into Nepaul (Medal with CUup). 



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War Services of the Majors. 



" Major S. B. Tripbook served in New Zealand during active operations in 1864-66 (Medal). 

* Major the Hon. T. C. 8oott embarked Tor the Gold Coast with the 2nd BatUlion Rifle Brigade, and served 
throughout the second phaso of the Ashauti war in 1874, including the battle of Amoafnl, battle of Ordaosuand 
capture of Coomassie (Modal wi'h <Uasp). 

•* Major J. Boulderson served with the 71st Highlanders in the Indiin campaign in 1858, and was present at the 
battle of Kotakeserai, recapture of Owalior, and 01 eration* ag.-inst Bargore and Dowlut Sing (Medal with Clasp). 
Served also thronghont the c-tmpaigu against t'io hill tribes on the N.W. Frontier of India in i8-»3 (Med tl with Clasp). 
Served with the oxst Highlanders in the Zalu war of 1879, and was present at the action of Oingindhlova and relief 
of Bkowo (Medal with Clasp). 

** Major W. K. Westropp served with the 80th Regiment on t.he Bhootan expedition of 1865 (Medal with Clasp). 
Served in the Afghan wor in 1879-80 rs Deputy Assistant Commissary General w'th the Jellalabad Field Force 
under Brigadier General Goagh, and subsequently wit*i the Khyber Division under M^jor General Bright (Medal). 

tt Major J. T. O'Brien served iu the NVw Zealand war in 1864-65, including expeditions in the province of 
Taraaaki, destroying many Pahs and fortified villages (Medal). 



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STAFF AT HOME. 116 

1. NORTHERN DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, York. 

bu> GonuvDxire e. Major General W. G. Cameron, CB. i Apr. Si. 

'amp Major B. Z. Thornton, Lancaster Regt. (4 F.), j Oct 78. 

n the Staff Colonel P. Bedingfeld, R. Art. 15 Jan. 81. 

ja;-*~~* x ru.~~* vww-fl-«.«;. J Colonel Robert Rollo Gillespie, h.p. 106 F. 14 Nov. 77. 
Adjutant ir Quart. Master Generals ^ Colonel Haleg wnkie „ D £ c . 8l / 

mut. Adj. 4r Quarter Master General Captain B.C. Money, rit»h Fusiliers (87 F.), 8 Mar. 78. 

Ifajor, Rvyat ArtUlery p. t.c. Captain A. G. Dugdale, 12 May 79. 

Instructor p.e.e. Major J. W. F. Buxton, Inniskilling Fns. (27 F.) 1 Aug. 78. 

ing Royal Engineer Colonel F. E. Cox. 

.-« A»~Li~~. Am*uiM~. ( Lt. Colonel R. Ainlabie. Liverpool, 

img AuxxUary ArtUlery * Colonel J. W. Colungton. York. 

mmissariat Officer Deputy Commissary General A. W. Pigott. 

dnance Store Officer Assistant Commissary General of Ordnance G. C. Murray. 

°aymaster Chier Paymaster W. Mttcdonnell. 

Medical Officer Deputy Surgeon General J. O'Nial, MD.CB. 

2. EASTERN DISTRICT. —Head Qoartera, Colchester. 

bal ComcxiTDiHO Major General Wm. Po Ilex fen Radcliffe, CB. 1 Oct. 78. 

amp Captain C. A. Mott, We*t Surrey Regt. (2 F.), 25 April 79. 

Adjutant 4- Quarter Master General Colonel G. H. Waller, h.p. 7 P. c Oct. 80. 

Ifa/or p. t.c. Major F. de L Morison, Lothian Regt. (tP.), x June 81. 

Instructor p.s.c. Major F. H Dyke, h.p. 69 F. 12 March 77. 

ing Royal ArtUlery Colonel T. B. Byrne. 

ing Auxiliary Artillery Colonel W. L. Yonge. 

ing Royal Engineer Colonel J. Y. Moggridge. 

mmissaruit Officer Assistant Commissary General B. C. Boothby. 

'dnance Store Officer Assistant Commisbary General of Ordnance S. L. D. Smith. 

Paymaster Chief Pay master J. George. 

' Medical Officer 

3. WESTERN DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, D*vonport. 
bal ComcAKDiiro Major General T H. Pakenham, 8 Feb. 78. 

'amp Captain H.G. Wor«»ley, King's Own borderers (25 F.), 8 Feb. 78. 

.. c . - < Colonel Sir W. Hamilton, Bl. R. Art. 9 March 81. 

vmtnt-Majr ;• I Colonel W.L. Morrison, R.Bng. 1 Oct. 8r. 

Adjutant 4- Quarter Master Genera 1 Lt. Colonel W. F. Butler, CB. h.p. 69 F. 1 July 80. 

ssist. Adj.dr Quarter MasterGeneral p.s.c. Major A. Glen, Lincolnshire Regt. (io F.), 24 June 77. 

Major, Royal ArtUlery p.s.c. Captain W. W. Rawes, 12 March 81. 

Instructor p.s.c. Captain F. Stringer. Welsh Fusiliers (23 F.), 1 Oct. 80. 

r;.„ j...:n„~. a-*ui~~. f Lt.Color»el P. B. Hill. Plymouth, 

hng Auxiliary Artillery Ut.Colonel T. Cuming. Bristol. 

mmissariat Officer Deputy Commissary General H. J. Wilkinson. 

rdnance Store Officer Deputy Commissary General of Ordnance C. M. Molony. 

Paymaster Chief Paymaster H. Leiyh. 

I Medical Officer Deputy Surgeon General J. Lamprey, MB. 

4. SOUTHERN DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, Portsmouth. 

Geztebax Commanding General Pr»«e<r Edward of 8axe Weimar.iTCB. Lincolnshire Regt. 

(zoF.), 1 Oct. 78. 
r f Captain Lord Albert C. Seymour, 8cota Guards, t Oct 78. 

amp (Major Hon. C. C. G Byng, 1 Life Guards, 29 Oct. 78. 

*l c*„jt ("Colonel R. J Hay, R. Art. 9 Apr. 81. 

on the staff 1 Colonel J. G. Jervois, R. Eng. 1 Aug. 78. 

W. Aij. VfrUr U«Ur *~r* { »£ «•£ £ £■ ™<£; S^SSSi ftSfc %T* 7i. «-• 

Assistant Adjutant Gen. for Musketry Major A. M. Creagh, Bla k Watch (49 F.), 1 Jan. 80. 

Major, Royal ArtUlery M*jor A. Wany, 1 July 77. 

1 Instructor p.s.c. Capt. T. J. R. Mallock, City of London Regt. (7 F.), 20 July 78. 

iing Auxiliary ArtUlery Lt. Colon el H. Cardew. 

'ommissariat Officer Deputy Commissary General S. W. Hall. 

Ordnance Store Officer Deputy Commissary General of Ordnance T. A. G. Satchwell. 

Paymaster Chief Paymaster T. Bry*on. 

U Medi cal Officer Surgeon General J. A. Woolfryea, MP. CB. CMG. 

5. CHATHAM DISTRICT.— Head Quartern, Chatham. 

ibal ComcJLHDtve Major General Hon. R. Monck, 19 Jan. 81. 

Camp 

on the Staff Colonel 0. W. Rlgee. CB. R. Art. 1 July 79. Sheemese. 

Major p. t.c. Captain T. B Hitchcock, Shropshire Regt. (53 F.), 9 Jan. 77. 

Major, Royal ArtUlery Captain T. H. Lloyd, R. Art. 1 Apr. 79. Sheerness. 

ding Royal Engineer Colonel W. J. Stuart. 

'ommitaariat Officer Assistant Commissary General G. H. Sanders. 

hdnance Store Officer Assistant Commissary General of Ordnance J. C. Angell. 

Paymaster Staff Paymaster J. W. Minchin. 

%l Medical Officer Deputy Surgeon General T. W. Fox. MB . 

6. SOUTH EASTERN DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, Dover. 

bbal CommrDivo Major General Edward Nevrdigate, CB. z Apr. 80. 

Camp Lieut. B. C. A. Frere, Rifle Brigade. 14 June 8x. 

(Colonel G. H. Gordon, Royal Engineers, 12 Sept 81. 
Colonel John Davis* h.p. 20 F. 1 Apr. 81. 

„ Adjutant * tfi-rUr M^ «-* {'^g^JL^S^ $ 5 &%.* 

Major p.s.c. Cantain L. Marshall, Lancishire Fusiliers (20 F.) 

• Major, Royal ArtUlery Captain W. H. M. Duthie. 1 Apr. 79. 

T . . $ p.s.c. Major R. H. L Anstruther, Rifle Brigade, 16 June 77. 

n Instructors Ip.s.e. Major F. W. Graham, Dublin Fusilier* (103 F.), 1 Feb. 80. 

iding Auxiliary Artillery Lt.Colonel M. M. Fitstferald. [SW»Wi/V. 

Commissariat Officer 

lidumu c* Star* offieer Assistant Gnmraissary General of Ordnance H. R. Rare*. 

t Paymaster Chief Paymaster R. C. 8creatfsild. 

•I Medical Officer. Deputy Surgeon General J. A. Banbury, MB. CB. 



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117 Staff at Home. 

7. HOME DISTRICT.— Head Quarter*, Horse Guard*. 

Majob GnwBMAhOcMMAnnrm Major General G. W. A. Higginson, CB. i Aug. 79. 

Aide dtCamp Lieut V. J. Dawson, Coldstream Guards, x Aug. 79. 

(Colonel Hun. P. B. Methuen, Scots Guards, t April 8t. 
Colonel G. P. Prevost, h.p. 23 F. 7 Aug. 80. For Recruiting Dutut, 
London. 

Brigade Major Captain P. L. Campbell, Scots Guards, 1 Jan. 70. 

Garrison Instructor p.s.c. Major B. J. Lynch, The Buflfe (3 P.), 1 July 77. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Colonel G. R. L. Walker. 

Commanding Auxiliary Artillery Colonel W. N. Waller. Woolwich. 

Senior Commissariat Officer Assistant Commis>»ary General F. F. Goddard. 

District Paymaster Chief Paymaster J. D. Svrinbarne. 

r Principal Medical Officer Deputy Surgeon General F. Hoi ton. MB. Woolwich. 

8. WOOLWICH DISTRICT. 
Major Gbnbbal Commanding Major General Hon. Edward Thomas Gage, CB. R. Art. 1 Apr. If. 

Aide de Camp 

J*L mutant * Quart* lb*, G., m L ... {^^^^2: ft £ K ^Feb. 8.. 

Commanding Royal Engineer 

Comma-di' g Auxiliary Artillery Lt. Colonel F. G. Baylay. 

Senior Commissariat Officer Assistant Commissary General F. C. Blunt. 

District Paymaster Chief Paymaster W. C. Ball, CB. 

Principal Medical Officer Deputy Surgeon General F. Holton, MB. 

Inspecting Veterinary Surgeon 

9. ALDERSHOT DISTRICT! 

Commanding the Division General SirDaniel Lysons.XCH. Derbyshire Regt. (45F.), x JaMi 

/Major J. F. Curtis- Hay ward, King's Own Borderers (»s?4, 

Aides de Camp } Major*?. E*. Pope, 4 Dragoon Guards. 22 Jan. 81. 1 

I Capibin C. F. A. Turnbull, Duke of Cornwall's Lt. Inf. (3a T.) \ 
Assistant Adjutant f Quarter Master Generals {P' ie ' Colonel R - Harrison, CB. R. Engineers, 16 Feb. 81. 

Ditto while Inspector of Gymnasia Lt. Colonel W. B. G.CIeather, N. Lancashire Regt. (47F.),ia Feb.fc. f 

Ditto (for Musketry) M*jor W. B. Burton, Scottish Rifles (a6 F.), 1 March 81. 

Ditto while Assistant Inspector of Gymnasia Captain F. A. Gore, York and Lancaster Regt. (84 F.). 15 April jt. 

Ditto while Inspector of Army Signalling CaptHin M. F. Thrupp, Derbyshire Regt. (45 F.), 15 May 80. 

Senior Commissariat Officer Deputy Commissary General J. Long. 

Senior Ordnance Store Officer Deputy Commissary General of Ordnance H. A. Russell. 

District Paymaster Staff Paymaster George Blurton. 

Principal Medical Officer Surgeon General S. H. Fasson, MD. 

Inspect i-g Veterinary Surgeon T. P. Gudgin. 

Camp Quarter M'tster James Sim, 10 Jan. 80. 

Fire Master Car »tain George Douglas, 1 Dee. 65. 

Provost Marshal Qr.Mas'er Wm. Silk, Military Mounted Police Corps, 1 a MarcsSf. 

Veterin try Surgeon W. B. Walters. 

Commanding Royal Abtillbby (Col. on Staff) Colonel W. E. M. Rcilly, CB. 27 Oct. 79. 

Brigade Major of Artillery p.s.c. Major H. Knoilys. t May 77. 

Commanding Royal Enginbbb (Col. on Staff) ... YC Colonel Sir H. C. Elphinstone, KCB. CMG. 31 Dec. 81. 

Superintending Officer of Garrison Instruction ... 

aarriMom. Instructors (*•*•* Bt L f -Colonel G. U. Prior, Leinster Regt. (100 F.). 1 Oetfc- 

Garrison Instructors - ^.t.c. Major H. 8. G. Miles, Munster Fusiliers (101 F.), 4 May 81. 

Cavalry Brigade. 

COMMANDING BBIGADB and Insfbctob Gbnb-} m . a pnp _, o. rF w j TJS»,W™*m *# , a™. ~ 

*al of Cavalry is Gbbat Bbitaix i Major <* eneral s%r F - w - *• FitzWygram, Bt. 1 Apr. 79. 

Aule de Camp Lieut. G. A. Webbe, 15 Hussars, 15 May 79. 

Brigade Major p.s.e. Captain C. W. Norton, 5 Lancers, 23 March 81. 

1st Infantry Brigade. 
Commanding Brigade Major General J. B. Spurgin, CB. t C81. f 1 Apr. 80. 

Aule de Camp Captain J. H. Spurgin, Scots Fusiliers (ai F.), 1 July 80. 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Captain R. C. Hare, Cheshire Regt. (22F.) f 99 July 78. 

2nd Infantry Brigade. 
Commanding Bbigadb Major General F. A. Willis, CB. 31 Dec. 81. 

Aide de Camp Bt. Major F. W. Hemming, 5 Dragoon Guards, 27 Apr. 81. 

Brigade Major p.t.e. Major W. T. Dooner, Iuniskilling Fus. (208 F.), 4 Dee. 78. 

3rd Infantry Brigade. 

n«„» ».««,« ti»t«a„. C Major General -ff.fi.J5T. the Duke of Connaught, KG. KT.B^ 

Commanding Bbigads [ GCMG. GCSI. Riflo Brigade, 30 Sept. 80. ! 

Aide de Camp i 

Brigade Ma/or p.s.c. Bt.MaiorW. C. F. Molyneux. Cheshire Regt. (aaF.h'J**-* : 

10. NORTH BRITISH DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, Edinburgh. 

Majob General Commanding Maior General A. M. M' Donald. 1 April 81. 

Aide de Camp Capt. M. S. Crofton, South Staffordshire Regt. (38 F.),i Jm' 1 

Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General... Colonel R. Pre-ton, CB. h.p. 44 F. 15 Dec. 80. 

Dep. Assut. Adjutant Gen. (for Musketry) Major F. M. Salmond. Scots Fusiliers (ax F.), 1 Jan. 80. 

Fort Major Bt.Lt.Colonel C. V. Pole, h.p. CM. Rifles. 1 July 78. 

Garrison Instructor p.s.c. Ma'or F. Cochran. Hampshire Regt. (37 F.), 90 Not. 7* 

Commanding Royal Artillery Colonel C. H. In gilby, CB. Leith Fort. 

^ *• a -1- — a-*ui~~ ("Colonel R. R. Jones. Edinburgh. 

Commanding Auxiliary Artdlery Ut.Colonel J. K. Holds worth. * Aberdeen. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Colonel W. C. Pbillpotts. 

Senior Commissariat Officer Deputy Commissary General A. Clerk. 

Senior Ordnance Store Officer Assistant Commissary General of Ordnance M. J. T. Ingram. 

District Paymaster Chief Paymaster J. E. Longden. 

Principal Medical Officer D e pu ty Surge on General J^P. Cunningham, MD. ^ 

" 11. JERSEY DISTRICT. ~ 

Libct.Gotbrnob & Colonel oh thb Staff Lt.Ueneral Lothian Nicholson, CB. 1 Oct. 78. 

Fort Major 4- Adjutant Bt.Lt.Colonel H. G. E. Somerset, h. p. 3 F. 5 May 77. 

Commanding Royal Artillery Lt. Colonel R. R. Franks. 

Commanding Royal Enoineer Colonel E. L. Bland. 

Senior Commissariat Officer 

Smsmr Ordnomse Store Officer Assistant Commissary (ta&nral of OrdnanM F. Pridham. 



Staff at Home. i zg 

12. GUERNSEY AND ALDERNEY DISTRICT. 

os k CoLonx. oh Stavv Major General A. A. Nelson, Ch. i May 70. 

Utt Colonel H. B. Jerome, h.p. 62 F. 15 May 79. 

Soya/ Artillery Colonel 8. Penny. Guernsey. 

loyal Engineer Major E. Mitchell. 

-~ «/>~ o/b^m f De P Assist. Com. Gen. of Ordnanoe C. D. Durnford. Guernsey, 

restore Officers I Assist. Com. Gen. of Ordnanoe H. Morgan. Aldemey. 

IRELAND. 
xt Gbysbal A Gbjteba.1. Govbbvob Bight Hon. F. T. de Grey, Earl Cowper, JT0. 

^i«V* de Camp. 



[cCalmont, Denbigh Yeomanry, 26 May 80. 
Hamilton, Norfolk Regt. (9 F.), 7 Aug. 80. 
J. G. Byng, 7 Hussars, 1 Jan 81. 



Lieut. W. D. M. C. P. Farrer, Gren. Guards, 96 May 80. 

Lieut. Bon. C. G. Lascellas, h.p. 9 Lancers, 2 June 80. 

Lieut. J. D. Barry, a. Art. 4 Sept. 80. 
i. King, We sh Regt. (69 F.) f 26 May 80. j Lieut. G. Dease, City of London Regt. (7 F.), 9 Apr. 81. 
Howard, Welsh Fusiliers (23 F.), 26 May 80. | Lieut. H. C. F. Luttrell, Rifle Brigade. 19 Nov. 81. 

hi Fobcbs < Generally T. M. Steele, ECB. Gloucestershire Regt. (61 F.), 

(. 1 Oct. 80. 

Itary Secretary Lt. Colonel P. D. Boyle, Grenadier Guards, 1 Oct. 80. 

(Major H. R. Y. Browne, R. Horse Artillery, 1 Oct. 80. 
Captain H. R. L. Howard, 16 Lancers, 1 Oct. 80. 
Lieut. H. R. Stopford, Coldstream Guards, 12 Mar. 81 (extra). 
otal Evoihbbb (Col. on Staff) ... Colonel H. Wray, CMG. 21 June 79. 

ant General Colonel Hon. E. G. Cureon, h.p. 52 F. 

er Master General 

.,«.„ fl^fcr JT.*, B~*U {2g^^,!Sti* 'iS^.. , Feb . ?8 . 

Ml. - «-*- U*. <W/. {££ ^? r Va M ^^U^ Wj^tiHi'ui^. 
Adjutant General (for Musketry) Major G. A. Agnew, h.p. 30 F. 1 May 78. [(5 F.), 20 May 79. 

r Captain H. Denison, R. Eng. 

Advocate 

(p.e.e. Captain J. H. G.Browne, R. Art. 27 Aug. 79. Curragh. 
p. b.c. Major C. L. Harvey, Highland Light Infantry (71 F.), 7 
Apr. 80. Dublin. 
p.$.c. Major S. Flower, Irish Rifles (86 F.), 17 May 79. Fermoy. 

wariat Officer Coramissnry Geneml E. Morris, CB. 

ice Store Officer Deputy Commissary General of Ordnance W. C. Nangle. 

'er Chief Paymaster J. Nowlan. 

lieal Officer 

\erinary Surgeon ... 

1. Commanding Battalions of Guards Colonel G. R. FitsRoy, Coldstream Guards, 7 Dec. 81. 



Capt. Lord F. C. Gordon- Lennox, 8cots Guards, 17 Feb. 81 (temp.) 
Captain F. A. Gravee-Sawle, Coldstream Gds. 17 Feb. 81 (temp.)' 



DUBLIN DISTRICT. 

•cbliit Distbict Major General E. C. H. lord Clarina, 1 Oct. 81. 

%p p.s.c. Captain F. W. James, Norfolk Regt (9 F.), 1 Oct. 81. 

Stuff Colonel A. H. Bogle, R. Artillery, 2 Nov. 81. Portobello. 

inland Quarter Master Generals. .\%>^ 

x (. Colonel B. D. smith, n.p. 95 F. 30 May 77. [24 April 81^ 

. Ad}, and Quarter Master General p.s.c. Captain Hon. W. F. Elliot, Sutherland Highlanders (93 F.), 

r. Royal Artillery Captain W. S. Langley, ifi Sept. 79. 

Auxiliary Artillery Colonel C. E. Torriano. 

Royal Engineer Colonel E. R. James. 

uariat Officer Deputy Commissary General J. W. Murray. 

vaster 

iical Officer Deputy 8urgeon General J. E. Moffatt. 

Qr Mast Gen. for Recruiting Duties Lt. Colonel 8. Darling, h.p. 9 F. 8 Mar. 79. 

*r for ditto Brigade Surgeon T. Tarrant, MD. 

OURRAGH BRIGADE. 

•p Major St. J. S. Taylor, retired pay, 26 Jan. 80. 

•r Major Hon. H. G. L. Crichton, 21 Hussars, 7 June 78. 

• Master John Thomas Brind, 24 Jan. 80. 

vost Marshal Qr Master Chas. Broackes, Mil. Mounted Police Corps, 12 Mar 81. 

BELFAST DISTRICT. 

blfast Distbict Major General Sir J. C. M'Leod. KCB. 1 Oct. 81. 

up Captain G B. M. Cumberland. Black Watch (42 F.), 1 Oct. 81. 

r p.s.c. Captain A. E. W. Goldsmid, Munster Fusiliers (104 F.) f 27 

Royal Art. and Auxiliary Art. ... Lt. Colonel C. J. M'Mahon. Londonderry. TADr. 70 

Royal Engineer Colonel E. T. Brooke. L r /y * 

tsariat Officer Assistant Commissary General C. E. Wrench. 

nee Store Officer Dep. Assist. Com. Gen. of Ordnance W. F. Wright. 

taster Paymaster J. J. Tuck. 

iical Officer 

CORK DISTRICT. 

!obk Distbict Major General H. D'Oyly Torrens, CB. 1 Oct. 81. 

up Captain H. W. Griffith, Welsh Fusiliers (23 F.), 13 March 80. 

9 Staff Colonel J. Godby, R. Art. 1 Apr. 79. 

utant and Quarter Master General Colonel N. Stevenson, h.p. 87 F. 1 July 80. 

'. Adj. 4r Quarter Master General p.s.c. Captain R. Elias, E. Lancashire Regt. (59 P.), 14 Dec 81 

ukefry) Major T. F. Pardoe, Cheshire Regt. (22 F.), 1 Oct. 77. 

w. Royal Artillery p.s.c. Captain R. A. Montgomery, 3 Sept. 81. 

Auxiliary Artillery Lt. Colonel W. B. Rice. 

Royal Engineer Lt. Colonel R. M. F. 8andford. 

•sariat Officer Deputy Commissary General C. Foster. 

nee Store Officer Dep. Assist. Com. Gen. of Ordnance L. F. Graham. 

•osier 8taff Paymaster W. R. Jenney. 

dical Officer Deputy Surgeon General J. L. Jameson. 



H9 STAFF ABROAD. 

EUROPE. 

GIBRALTAR 

Governor andCommanderin Chief J Gene^ X^l Napier of Ma^dala, GCB. GCSI. Royal Engineers, 

Ani*U,n* Military Secretary Bt-Major Hon. R. W. Napier, Bengal Staft Corps, 30 Nov. 81. 

*a-.i n $P* e MaiorO J. Gilt'arri, h p. 18 Hae^ars, 9 June 77. 

Aides de Lamp | Captain W. L. Davison. H. Artillery. 

Commanding Brigade Major General Cadwallader Adams, CB. 22 Oct. 81. 

Aided* Camp 

Assistant Adjutant f Quarter Matter General Colonel P. R. fl. Flool, CB. h.r». Brigade Depot, 27 Sept. 78. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Gen. {for Musketry)... Major T S. Gildea. Seaforth Highlanders (72 F.). 1 May 80. 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Captain H. J. T. Hilrlyard, Highland Lt. Infantry (71 F.), 

Commanding Royal Artillery (Colonel on Staff) ... Colonel T. M. Hhttis, g Dec. 79. [6 Aug. 78. 

Brigade Ma}- r, Roy-il Artillery p.s.c. Caption W. W. M. Smith, 15 March 81. 

Commanding Boyal Engineer (Colonel on Staff) ... Colonel C. B. Ewart. CB. 1 Nov. 77. 

(George Bernard Morgan. 1 h.p. 77 F. 11 Dec. 6o; JBne. it July 54; 
Lt. * Nov. 54 ; Capt. 3 Oct. 55 ; lit. Major, 4 Deo. 71 ; BtLLCoL 
11 Oct. 77. 

Garrison Quarter Matter William Foulkcs Cottrrll. 10 Nov. 77. 

Garrison Instructor p.s.c. Captain P. T. C. Du V'ernet. Ensex Regt. (56 P.), 29 Aug . 80. 

Senior Commissariat Officer I >cpntv Cora nriis-ary General R. C. H*»aly. 

Senior Ordnance Store Officer Assistant Commissary G«*ner*l of Ordnance P. J. O. Prynn. 

District Pay matter Chief Paymaster W. R. Ol-vey. 

Principal Medical Officer Burgeon General A. Snath, 2ID. CB. 

1 Lt. Colonel Morgan served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battlesof Alma and Inkermacaiegeof 
Sebaatopol, and capture of the Rifle-pits on the x8th April — contused (Medal with Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 



MALTA. 

Governor and Commander in Chief c. General Sir Arthur Borton, KCB. GCMG. 1 W.I. Regt. 13M177S. 

As'ittant Military Secretary Lt CoWmel D. M. M. Crichton, Greu Gda. 21 May 78. 

Atdede Camp Captain A. C. Borton, Somerset Lt. Infantry (13 P.), 25 May ft 

Commanding Brigade Major General Hon. »\ R H Keilding, CB. 1 Jan. 79. 

Ai>iede Camp ' Captain B P. Cary, Sussex Regt. (35 F.), 1 June 79. 

Deputy Adjutant «f Ojuirter Ma»ter General Colonel CAB Gordon, h p 60 P. 1 Jan. 80. 

Depute A*tt*ta»t Adjutant $ Qr.Mast. General... v s.c. Major B. M. Dawes LHn-ter Regt. (ico P.), 7 April 77. 

Ditto (for Musketrt) Major W. A. Bridge. Scots Fusiliers (21 P.). 11 July 78. 

Brigade Major p.;e Ca.pt. H.T H ughes-Hallctt, Middlesex Regt. (57F.). 

Comv andina Boyal Artillery (Colonel on Staff) ... Colonel R. Oldfield. 

Brigade Major, Boyal Artillery p.s.c. Captain G. W. ITnwkins. 12 Oct. 3i. 

Commanding Bo*al Engineer (Colonel on Staff) ... Colonel T. A. L. Miirrav, 26 Mav 70. 

Garrison Instructor .. £*- c - Gaptain H. B. M«»ffat. South Wales Borderers (24 P.). 

Senior Com minsariat Officer Deputy Commissary General L. W. Blacker. 

Senior Ordnance Store Officer Deputv Commissary General of Ordnance H. P. Travers. 

District Paymaster Chief Pay ma*- er F. W. Lnkin. 

Principal Mtdical Officer Surgeon General W. A. Macknnon, CB. 



CYPRUS. 

High Commissioner and Commander in Chief (with ) Brigadier General Sir R. Biddulph, CB. KCMG. R. AxtiflBTi 

local rank 0/ Major General) ) 23 June 79. 

A'uU de C'tmp Lieut. G A. K. Wisov, R. Eng. 10 Nov. 79- I ai ^^Jt 

Brig .de Major p *.c. Major F.Luttman-Johnnton, York and Lancaster Regt.(65*J» 

Commanding Boyal Engineer Colonel H. W. H. D. Dumareaq. 

Senior Com -issanat Officer Assistant Commissary Uener<<l P. H. Armstrong. 

Senior Ordnance Sture Officer Deputy Assistant Commissary Gen. of Ord. A. W. BridgUtt* 

Distncl Paymaster Paymaster R. M. Ireland. 

Senior Medical Officer Surgeon Major F. Falwasser. 



ASIA. 

INDIA. 

Viceroy and Governor General The Most Hon. the Ma-quis of Ripon, KG. GMSI. 8 June 80. 

Pricutc Secretary Henry W. Primrose, Esq. 17 Jul- 8a 

Military Secretary Y<& LtColonol'G. S. White, CB. Gordon Highlanders (92 F.), 9 JneS* 

IVflC Captain Lord W. L. D. Beresford. 9 Lancers 9 June 80. 
Capt. Hon.W. C. Wentworth-Fiu William. R. Horse Gda., 17 Sept.80. 
Captain C. W. Muir, Bemral Staff C rpa 25 Dec. 8a 
Lieut. E. L. S. Brott, Scots Guards, 3 May 80. 
Lieut. A. W. Terry, Ritio Brigade, * May 81 'extra). 
Captain E. H. ClouifhTavlnr, Welsh Fusiliers (23 P.), 30 Nov. 80 (itw* 
Lieut. A. G. A. Durand. Ben al St »ff Corps, 14 March 81 (extra). 

Surgeon Surgeon Major John Anderson, CIE 9 June 80. 

Commander in Chief General Sir D. M. Stewart B»rf. GCB. CIE. Bengal S.C. 7 April 81. 

Military Secretary p.s.c. Bt.Lt. Colonel E. F. Chapman, CB. R. Artillery, 27 June 81. . 

Persian Interpreter Colonel H. Moore, CB. CIE. Bombay' St.«ff Corps, 7 April 81.— Pariana* 

jiA+. a* r««« J Captain P. J. W. Euttace, R. A»tillery, 7 April 8i. 

jiiaesae x,amp } Lieut. G. Haines. Warwickshire Row t. (6 P.), 7 April 81. 

Surgeon Surgeon Major R. W. Davies, 7 April 81. 

ASJUTAVT GENERAL'S DbHETMBXT AT HEAD QUABTBBS. 

^ JU Major oZr\ l ,n^ C ° lono1 ** G * R ' GreftVe8 « CB * CMa ' h *- 70 P. 30 Oct. 79 . 

Deputy Adjutant General Colonel T. E. Gordon, CB. CSI. Bengal Staff Corpa, 95 Nor. 7*. 

J?*pu/y <ddj*fta*t General of Artillery ... Colonel A. H. Murray, 6 Feb. 77. 



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Staff Abroad, 190 

Auittant Adjutant* General, 

el P. Eteson, h.p. 3 F. 25 Jan. 78 Simla. 

J. D Dvsnn-Laurie, The Border Regt. (34 F.), 25 July 79 Lnhore. 

aenry Thompson, Bengal Staff Corps, 1 Dec. 76 Sirhind ( Umballa).— Furlough. 

1. Goldie, 6 Dr. Gds. 13 May 78 SimU. 

K. C. Farriugton, South Yorkshire Regt. (51 F.), 30 Nov. 77... Oude {Lucknow). 

onel G. Hatchcll. King's Royal Rifles (60 F.), 12 Sept. 79 Rawul Pindee. 

el A. G. Handcock, Bengal 8taff Corps, 12 March 80 Meemt. 

el A. P. Palmer, Bengal Staff Corps, 6 Dec. 80 Allahabad. 

Deputy Auittant Adjutant* General, 

J. Shakespear, Bengal 8taff Corps, 1 Dec. 76 Simla. 

A. G. Wyutm, Dorsetshire Regt. (39 F.), 5 Jan. 78 Gwalior District. 

I A. Way, Bengal Staff Corps, 22 Aug. 79 Kastorn Frontier District.— Sick Fori. 

Boyen h.p. i2 F. 15 April 77 R>hilcund District.— Sick Furlough. 

>k, Bengal Staff Corps, 17 June 81 Presidency District. 

R. Stewart, Bengal Staff Corps, 2 June 81 Saugor District. 

J. E. Goodwyn, East Lancashire Regt. (30 F.), 30 Sept. 81... Peshawur District. 

QUABTBB MA8TBB GbXBBAL'S DbPABTMSITT AT HBAD QUABTZBS. 

^5^r^^**^^Tf - «TTf f * -T!^T^. ^^1 3 <^o*«>'«»^* ^W^ C3- M. MacGregor.A'C*. CSI. CIE. Bengal StaffCorps, 19 Not. 80. 

ter Matter General Lt. Colonel G. E. L. S. 8 an ford. R. Engineere, 19 Nov. 80.— Simla. 

arter Matter General p.t.e. Lt Colonel H. A. Little, Bengal Staff Corps, 17 Feb. 81. — Sick Furlough. 

^M^" / * r ..^! , !!^. , ... JW ]} LtColDnel W * S ' A * ^c*"* 81 ^ CB - Bengal Infantry, 19 Nov. 80. 
tarter Matter General, do. UC p.t.c. Captain M. S. Bell, R. Engineers, 19 Mar. 80. 
Quarter Matter General t do. Captain P. J. Maitland, Bombay St.ff Corps, 19 Mar. 80. 

A**i*tant Quarter Matter General* of Divition. 

el H. B. Ilanna, Bengal 8 tuff Corps, 22 June 80 Sick Furlough. 

Grigor Stewart, Royal Artillery, 13 May 73 Simla. 

W. L. Dalryinple, Connaught Rangers (88 F.), 23 Mar. 81 Sirhind. 

Deputy Attittant Quarter Matter General*. 

i\ B. A. Combe, 10 Hussars, 8 Aug. 79 8imla. 

King-Harman, Bongal StHff Corps, 20 April 77 Meerut Division. 

i A. A A. Kinloch, King's Royal Rifles (60 F.), 5 April 78 ... Presidency District. 

H. 6. Brownrisrg, Rifle Brigade, 1 June 78 Rawul Pindee Division. 

Gaselee, B< ngal Staff Corps, 28 Oct. 78 Furlough. 

Hailes. Bengal Staff Corps, 1 Nov. 78 Allahabad District.— Sick Furlough. 

J. Pearson, R. Artillery, 25 Manfh 81 Oude Division. . ., 

Bengal. 

Sirhind Division Lieut. General W. T. Hughes, CB. Bengal Staff Corps, 31 Jan. 79. 

imp Lieut. W. W. Hughes, Bengal Staff Corps, 27 Oct. 80. 

Meerut Divition Lieut. General Sir R. O. Bright, KCB. 21 Oct. 78. 

\mp Major J. H.Barnard, CJf (7. Munster Fusiliers (101 F.), 28 Oct. 78. 

Lahore Divition MajorGen.R. Hume, C2?. 21 Nov. 79 — Com. QueitaDiv., with rank of LkGen. 

mp Captain E. H. C. Braddoh, The Border Regt. (55F.K 30 Nov. 70. 

Rawul Pindee Divition Lieut.General Sir M. A. 8. Biddulph, KCB. Royal Artillery, x Dec. 80. 

tup 

Oude Divition Lieut.General Charles Cureton. CB. Bengal Staff Corps, 22 Oct. 79. 

mp Lieut. C. G. Adye, West Yorkshire Reg. (14 F.), 39 Nov. 79. 

A llahabad Divition FCMajor General Sir H. T. Macpherson, KCB. Bengal Staff Corps, 26 Oct. 80. 

\mp Captain J. Deering, Chesbire Regt. (22 F.). 

neral of Artillery for India Brigadier General G Leslie, 20 Oct. 80. 

ajar Captain A. D. Anderson, 29 March 78. 

Commakdiitg Fibst Class Bbigadbs (6). 

eneral J. I. Murray, CB. Bengal Staff Corps, 1 May 77 Rohilcund District. 

mi oral J. L. Nation, CB. Bengal Staff Corps, 9 Oct. 77 Eastern Frontier District {Shillong), 

jnoral A. H. Cobbe, CB. h.p. 17 Foot, 14 June 79 Saugor District. 

moral \V. Gordon, CIE. Bongal Staff Corps, 29 Oct. 78 Gwalior District. 

>neral R. J. Hughes, CB. h.p. 63 Foot, 2 Sept. 80 Presidency District. 

oneral H. Rowlands, CB. h.p. 34 F. 4 Feb. 81 Peshawur District. 

ComcAirniiro Skcojtd Class Bbigadzs. 

sneral C. R. O. Evans, Royal Artillery, 10 July 80 Agra.— Sick Furlough. 

•neral W. G. Dunham Massy, h.p. 5 Lancers, 10 April 79 Rawul Pindee. 

Mieral R. Blair, Bengal Infantry, 3 Dec. 80 Moo I tan. 

ineral Sir C. H. Palliser, KCB., Bengal Staff Corps, 5 Nov. 80 Sealkote. 

Brigade Major*. 

. H. Scott, Bengal Infantry, 25 Oct. 77 Meoan Meer. 

White. South Lancashire Regt. (40 F.), 25 Oct. 77 Allahabad. 

zgerald, Bengal Infantry, 26 April 78 Mooltan.— A. A. G. Quetta Div. 

a. L. H. Homes, Bengal Staff Corps, 9 March 77 Meerut. 

Young, Dor^etthiro Regt. (39 F.), 30 May 79 Rawul Pindee. 

Farwell, Bengal Infantry, 6 Dec. 80 Agra. 

Stockl««y, Norfolk Regt. (oF.), 23 March 81 8ealkote. 

Hake Humfrey, Liverpool Regt. (8 F.), 22 March 81 Umballa. 

Comberltfge, Bengal Infantry, 18 March 81 Lucknow. 

k. Cherry, Northumberland Fusiliers (5 F.), 1 Oct. 81 Cawnpore. 

Auiatant Adjutant General for Mueketry. 

Mackinnon, h.p. 3 Foot, 20 May 78 Chief Insp. Army Head Quarter 

Deputy Auiatant Adjutant General* for Mueketry, 

8th Circle, AbDottabad. 

ilker. Border Regt. (34 F.), 22 Mar. 80 6th Circle, Meean Meer. 

Shepherd, Bengal Staff Corps, 14 May 79 5th Circle, Umballa.— Furlough. 

Nicday, Bengal Staff Corps, 16 Oct. 79 ist Circle, Dam Dum. 

Hill. Bengal Staff Corps. 1 Jan. 81 4th Circle, Meerut. 

!. Baines, Warwickshire Regt. (6 F.), 10 March 81 3rd Circle, Lucknow. 

F. Nuthall, Manchester Rogt. (63 F.), 30 May 81 2nd Circle, Allahabad. 

f. F. Roupell, East Surrey Regt. (70 F.), 3? July 81 81b. tircVe, AXfctttataA. 

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iii Staff Abroad. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General of Artillery . 
Major M. H. Saward, 5 Not. 77 ; Simla. 

Director of Garrison Instruction in India. 
Lt.Colonel A. S. Hunter, Royal Artillery, 1 July 78 Army Head Quarters. 

Chief Instructor. 

Umballa. 
Garrison Instructors. 

Lieutenant Horatio Holt Hart, Royal Engineers, 1 8ept. 78 Luckuow. 

p.s.c. Major George Poignand. East Lancashire Regt. (59 F.), 6 June 77 Umballa. 

p.s.e. Major G. L. L. Taylor, Bedfordshire Regt. (16 F.), 7 June 77 Poona. 

Captain P. W. Watte, Irish Regt. (18 F.), *i Sept. 77 Bangalore.— Sick Furlough. 

Major H. Gunter, Black Watch (73 F.), 5 Sept. 78 Agra. 

Captain G. T. Morris, Bengal 8t*ff Corps, 16 Oct. 80 Rawul Pindee. 

IlUP R^t °{if fT^Sc'" 7 "/"-- LtColonel H - J - Hallowes, East Yorkshire J AnEJ Head 0^^. 

Madras. 

Governor Right Hon. Mountstuart Elphinstone Grant Duff, 8 July 81. 

Private Secretary Captain A. Awdry, R. Engineers. 

Military Secretary Major A. G. Spencer, Essex Regt. (56 F.) 

f Lieut. C. C. Cavendish, Highland Light Infantry (74 F.) 

Aides de Camp ■) Lieut. A. H. L. Bagot, Somersetshire Regt. (13 F.) 

( Lieut. W. E. Evans-Gordon, Madras Staff Corps. 
Surgeon Surgeon Major J. Mackenzie. 

Governor's Body Guard. 

Major J. M. C. Galloway, late 4 Cavalry, Commandant, 1 Mar. 76. 
Liout. C. H. Sirapnon, Madras Staff Corps, Adjutant, 19 Feb. 77. 
Surgeon Major A. L. Hackett, in medical charge, 25 Jan. 81. 
Vet. Surgeon George Western, in veterinary charge, 22 Dec. 75. 

C ° m G a Jn1Zl) n ." _ .?!!!" .~**.™ ."f^T!?: } m Sir F - 8 - BoberU, Bart. GCB. CIE., 16 Nov. 81. 

Military Secretary Bt.Lt.Colonel G. T. Pretyman, R. Artillery. 

Provincial Commander in Chief Major General W. Payn, CB. 3 Feb. 81. 

Military Secretary p.».c. Captain A. J. O. Pollock, Scots Fusiliers <ai F.) 

Aidede Camp Captain E. A.. Burrows, R. Artillery. 

Adjutakt General's Dspartmrkt at Head Quarters. 

^StaSJaiiSS'...?^} Co,onel G - clork - h -P- Kifle *«**<>> •» *» «°- 

Deputy Adjutant General Colonel A. R. Clephane, Madras Staff Corps, 3 Dec. 76.— Furlough. 

j. t ;.t„mt AJiutn** a.r,~nL $ Lt.Colonel W. H. Caine, Royal Artillery, 22 Oct. 79. 
Assistant Adjutant Generals ... J Colonol Tnoma8 Dyer, Madras Staff Corps, 29 Dec. 80. 

Quarter Mabter General's Department at Head Quarterb. 

Quarter Master General Brigadier General H. H. O'Connell, Madras Staff Corps, 6 Nov. 76. 

Deputy Quarter Master General Lt.Colonel J. Ewing, Madras Staff Corps, 20 Nov. 78. 

Division STArr. 
Commanding Mysore Division Major General W. Payn, CB. 21 April 79.— Provincial Com. in Chief. 

Aide de Camp 

Commanding Hyderabad Subsidiary Force Major General Sir C. P. Keyes, Madras Staff Corps. 

Aidede Camp 

Commanding British Burmah Division Major General F. G. Kempster, Madras 8taff Corps, 10 Sept. 80. 

Aide de Camp 

Assistant Adjutant Generals of Divisions and Forces (3). 

p.s.c. Major St.V. A. Hammick, Oxford Lt. Inf. (43 F.), 16 April 77 ... Hyderabad Subsidiary Force. 

Lt.Colonel E. Faunce, Madras Staff Corps, 27 June 80 Mysore Division. 

British Burmah Division. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals (4) . 

Lt.Colonel George Rowlandson, Madras S'aff Corps, 2 Aug. 77 Nagpore Force.— Sick Furlough. 

Major A. Curtois, Gen. List, Cav. 23 Dec. 77 Centre District. 

Ceded Districts. 

Malabar and Canara. 

A$sistant Adjutant General for Musketry. 
Major A. W. O. Saunders, h.p. 21 F. 22 Nov. 76 Chief Inspector, 1st District, Mysore Div. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals for Musketry. 

Major Edmund Austin, Madras Staff Corps, 10 Dec. 78 2nd District, Nagpore Force, &o. 

Captain W. Wood, Essex Regt. (44 F.), 28 Oct. 80 3rd District, British Burmah Division. 

Assistant Quarter Master Generals of Divisions and Forces (3). 

British Burmah Division. (Prov.Com.inChie 

Major D. J. 8. MXeod, Madras Cavalry, 12 March 78 Mysore Division.— A. D.C. and Interpreter t 

Lt.Colonel Evelyn Mcdows None, Madras Staff Corps, 1 Dec. 79 Hyderabad Subsidiary Force. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master Generals of Divisions and Forces (4). 

Major R. S. Roberts. Madras 8taff Corps, 20 Nov. 77 Nagpore Force. 

Major E. H. Eyre, Madras Staff Corps, 12 March 78 Centre Districts.— Furlough. 

Major A. G. Hutch ins, Madras Inf. 21 Nov. 79 Ceded Districts.- -Furlough. 

p.s.c. Captain W. A. Yule, Scots Fusiliers (21 F.), 26 April 81 Malabar and Canara. 

Commanding First Class Brigades (4). 

Major General E. F. Burton, Madras Staff Corps. 19 Dec. 78 Ceded Districts. 

Brigadier General G. F. de Berry, h.p. Brigade Depot, 29 Oct. 79 ... Nagpore Force. 

Brigadier General R. C. Stewart, CB. h.p. 2 F. 28 June 80 Centre District. 

JF&#iigadJer General H. N. D. Prcndergast, CB. R. Eng. 9 Sept. 80 Malabar and Canara. 



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kJlU/JJ X1.UI CSUU. 

Bombay. 

termor .. Et.TTon. Sir James Ferguson, Barf. KCMG. CIS. 28 Apr. 80. 

Private Secretary G. H. R. Hart, Esq. 28 Apr. 80. 

Military Secretary Major A. H. Heylaml. Bombay Staff Corps. 

[Captain H. J. Fer^unon. Rifle Brigade, 18 May 80. 
ill*. Am r M « Lieut. Hon. G. F. H. Somerset, Grenadier Guards, 31 May 80. 

*%aes ae i^amp • Captain G. H Dean, 12 Lancer*, 27 June 81 (extra). 

I Lieut. A. C. Christopher, Seaforth Highlanders (78 F.), (extra). 

Commandant of ike Body Guard Major A. Currie, Bornbav Cavalry, 11 Sept. 76. 

Surgeon Surgeon J. Find)ny, MB., Bombay Mod. Depart. a8 Sept 81. 

ommander in Chief LieutGeneral Hon. Arthur Edward Hardinge, CB. 30 March 81. 

Military Secretary Lt.Colonel E. S. Rivett-Curnac. 11 Husoars, 10 March 81. 

AiAmm Am rv,«- S Lieut. Hon. C. R W. Colville (Matter of Colville), Grenadier Gds. 30 Mat. 81. 

jkiaes ae i,amp ^ Captain C. S. Shephanl, to March 81 (interpreter). 

Adjutant General's Department at Head Quabtxbs. 

*!r13j«?r^ A ' L - Anneslev . h P- » Hussars, 2 Feb. 81. 

iejmtf Adjutant General Colonel E. A. Green, Bombay Staff Corps, x April 81. 

i.«w~.# u:-4—t n.~..~~i. (p.s.c. Bt.Lt.Colonel C. J. Burnett, East Yorkshire Regt. (ts'.F.), 19 Apr. 81 

[enetant Adjutant General* { Colonel T. N. Holberton, R. Artillery, 18 Jan. 79. 

Quarter Master General's Department at Head Qdabtxbb. 

}%arter Master General Brigadier Gen. A. G. F. Hogg. Bombay Staff Corps, 1 Feb. 80.— Sick Furl. 

~)t?*ty Quarter Matter General Colonel B. H. Pottinger, Royal Artillery, 19 Deo. 79. 

Division Staff. 

emmemding Mhow Dioieion Major General Sir R. Phayre, ZCB. Bombay Staff Corps, 1 March 81. 

Aidede Camp Captain R. Phayre, Yorkshire Regt. (19 F.), x March 81. 

'oxmanding Northern Division Lieut.General J. W. Schneider. CB. Bombay Infantry, 7 May 77.— Sick Furl. 

Aided* Camp Lie at. 8. M. Scbneider, Bombav Staff Corps. 12 Feb. 80. 

\mmandina Poona Division Major General Sir John Ross, KCB. 9 June 8 x . 

Aidede Camp 

Assistant Adjutant Generals of Divisions ( ). 

Major R. M. Lloyd, Bombay Staff Corps, x July 80 Poona Division. 

Major E. Cunningham, Bombay Staff Corps, 26 Aug. 79 Northern Division. 

Major C. A. Cuningham, Bombay Staff Corps, 15 May 81 Mhow Division. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals. 

Captain W. Cooke-Collia, Irish Rifles (83 F.), 9 Jan. 78 Bombay District. 

LLColonel J. G. Watts, Bombay Staff Corps, 29 Apr. 77 Belgaum District.— Furl. 

Sind District. 

Assistant Adjutant General for Musketry. 

LLColonel W. A. Gillespie, Bombay Staff Corps, 26 May 74 { '^fS&SJ^ InBp ' Poo,ia ' 

Deputy Assistant Adjutants General for Musketry. 

Major H. E. P. Thomas, East Yorkshire Regt. (15 F.), 20 Nov. 78 3rd Circle, Belgaum. 

Captain H. I. Nares, Leicestershire Regt. (17 F.), 20 Dec 80 and Circle, Mhow. 

Assistant Quarter Master Generals of Divisions (3). 

Major F.J. 8. Adam, Bombay Staff Corps, 1 Nov. 77 Mhow. Division. 

Major John Jopp, Bombay Staff Corps, 19 Dec. 79 Quetta Division. 

Captain A. B. Stopford, Royal Artillery, 20 May 81 Poona Division. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master Generals (3). 

Captain J. T. Watling, Bombay Staff Corps. 29 Nov. 78 Offg. A. Q. M. Gen. 

Captain H. Melliss, Bombay Staff Corps, 29 Jan. 81 Offg. A. Q. M. Gen. 

CtpteinE. L. Elliott, Bombay Staff Corps, 20 May 81 Sind District. 

Commanding F1B8T Class Bbioadbs (2). 

jjtyorfoneral C. T. Aitchison, CB. Bombay Staff Corps, 23 April 77 ' Bombay District. 

"fcuba? General G. T. Brice, h.p. 17 Foot, 23 Jan. 79 Belgaum District. 

Commanding Second Class Bbioadbs (4). 

Jfyadier General A. Carnegy, Bombay Staff Corps, 2 Apr. 81 Nusseerabad. 

JyorGeneral F. A. E. Loch, CB. Bombay Staff Corps, 10 May 77 Aden. 

Wdier General C. E. Oldershaw, R. Artillery, 28 April 81 Sind District 

Bfi&adier General H. H. James, Bombay Staff Corps, 9 June 81 Deesa. 

Brigade Majors (4). 

Nusseerabad 

jj»Jor J. Withers, Bombay Staff Corps, 28 Dec. 80 .\"""7.\.\...\..."\..\"\."" Aden. 

Major W. S. Hore. Bombay Infantry, 28 Dec. 80 Poona. 

N* Major H. L. Dundas, East Yorkshire Regt. (15 F.), 25 May 81 Deesa. 

Assistant Inspector of Gymnasia. 
kptainE. M. Alexander, Seaforth Highlanders (78 F.), 15 Dec. 79 Poona. 

CEYLON. 

0*ir*or and Commander in Chief Sir James Robert Longdon, KCMG. 30 June 77. 

Otitis Camp Captain A. Nevill Hayne, Middlesex Regt (57 F.), 4 Sopt. 77. 

! *V°r General. Major General W. Wilby, CB. 7 Feb. 79. 

1 M* it Camp Captain G. A.Mills. Dublin Fusiliers (102 FJ. 14 Aug. 79. 

! ffyade Major p.s.c. Major A. D. Currie, Welsh Regt. (41 F.), 4 April 70. 

y**<md*ng Royal Artillery Colonel G. J. Smart. 

^•ending Royal Engineer Colonel R. Warren. 

***r Commissariat QJtctr Assistant Commissary General l\ D. O'Connor. 

**w Ordnance Sts re Officer Assistant Commissary General of Ordnance T. Sparkes. 

"*riet Paymaster Staff Paymaster A. Ewing. 

«**» Medical Officer Brigade Surgeon T. J. Murphy, MD. 



122a Staff Abroad. 

CHINA AND HONG KONG, AND STRAITS SETTLEMENTS. 

Commanding the Forces in China, and Lieut. Qoc- \ T . . ^^^^^i v w Tk««^««« » T nna _ fl 
ernor of Hong Kong J Lumt.General E. W. Donovan, 3 June 78. 

Assistant Military Secretary 

Aid* de Camp Captain E. Barton, Inniskilling Fusiliers (27 P.), 22 Mar. 80. 

Commanding R»yo1 Artillery Lt. Colonel G. A. Crawford. Hong Kong. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Lt. Colonel J. A. Papillon. 

Principal Medical Officer Deputy Surgeon General W. A. Thomson, MB. 

China and Hong ^Kong. 

Oowemor and Commander in Chief of Hong Kong... Sir John Pope Hennessy, KCMG. 13 April 77. 

Aide de Camp 

" ad* Major p.s.c. Captain J. T. Bury, R. Artillery, 96 Feb. 81. 

Adjutant Lt. T. G. Barclay, Inniskilling Fus. (27 F.), 27 Jan. 81. JlongKong. 

Commissariat Officer Assistant Commissary General A. Meyer. 

Ordnance Store Officer Assistant Commissary General G. E. March. 

District Paymaster Staff Paymaster A. S. Murray. 

Straits Settlements. 

(Including Prince of Wale** Island, Malacca, and Singapore.) 

G om rmn and Commander in Chief Sir Frederick Aloysius Weld, KCMG. 

Aidede Camp 

Commandant Colonel H. Parnell, CB. The Bnflfe (3 F.), 12 June 80. 

Brig a de Major p.s.c. Major A. M. Pateraon, Bedfordshire Best. (t6F.), 13 Jan. 8a 

Liout.Governor of Prince of Wales' Island Major General A. E. H. Anson, CMO. r.f.p. R. Art., 27 Feb. 67. 

Lmmt.Governor of Malacca 

Comrnismriat Officer Assistant Commissary General W. H. Christie. 

r Ordnance Store Officer Deputy Assistant Commissary General of Ordnance C Purchaf. 

' A Paymaster 8taff Paymaster R. Wolfe. 

LABTJAN AND ITS DEPENDENCIES. 
and Commander in Chief. 

AUSTRALIA. 
New South Wales. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Lord A. W. F. 8. Loftus, GCB. 3 May 79. Sydney. 

Aisle de Cmmp Sub Lieut. A P. B. Loftus, Denbighshire Yeomanry Cavalry. 

Victoria. 

Governor and Commander in Chief The Marquis o/Normanby, GCMG. 14 Nov. 74. Melbourne. 

Private Secretary 

South Australia. 

Q ov om c r and Commander in Chief MajorGcneral Sir Wm. F. D. Jervois, CB. GCMG. R.Eng. 5 Jiuy 77* 

Aidede Camp Lieut. J. Jervois, R. Eng. 1 July 78. 

Western Australia. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Sir William Cleaver Francis Robinson, KCMG. 

Aide deCamp 

Queensland. 

Captain General and Governor in Chief Sir Arthur Edward Kennedy, CB. GCMG. 6 Jan. 77. Brishemu 

Aidede Camp 

Tasmania. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Major Sir G. C. Strahan, KCMG. late of R. Art. Hobart Town, 

Aide de Camp and Private Secretary Major C. E. Hussey, Lancashire Fusiliers (20 F.). 

NEW ZEALAND. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Hon. Sir A. Hamilton Gordon , G CMG. Wellington. 

Aidede Camp Major L. F. Knollys, CMG. Scottish Rifles (26 F.). 

FIJI ISLANDS. 

Governor and Commander in Chief. George William Des Voeux, Esq. CM G. Levuka. 

Aidede Camp Lieut E. W. Herbert, King's Royal Rifles (60 F.), 18 Sept. 80. 

AFRICA. 

CAPE OP GOOD HOPE. 

G "mlssl!n~f^ Hercules Geo. Robt. Robinson, GCMG. 

Military Secretary (with rank of Major) Captain E. B. St. John, Sussex Regt. (35 F.), 2 Feb. 81. 

Aidede Camp 

Lieutenant General Lieut. General Hon. Leicester Smyth, CB., 10 Nov. 80. 

Amistant Military Secretary Lt.Colonel W. E. Montgomery, Scots Guards, 10 Nov. 80. 

a-i,.a- r>~— f Captain II. E. Colvilo, Gren. Guards, 10 Nov. 80. 

AxateavLamp * Major F. L. Story, Wiltshire Regt. (99 F.), 25 Oct. 81. 

Assistant Adjutant <f Quarter Master General ... Lt.Colonel R. T. Thynne, Grenadier Guards, 1 Apr. 8t. 

Deputy Assistant Adj. f Quarter Master General, p.s.c. Major G. E. Boyle, Rifle Brigade, 20 May 80. 

Commanding Royal Artillery Lt.Colonel C. E. S. Scott. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Colonel A. R. V. Crease. 

Ssnier Commissariat Officer Assistant Commissary General R. L. Matthews. 

Senior Ordnance Store Officer Deputy Assistant Commissary General of Ordnance F. B. Manias. 

District Paymaster Chief Paymaster M. K. Morris. 

Principal Medical Officer Deputy Surgeon General J. Sinclair, MB. 

NATAL AND THE TRANSVAAL. 

^rnlssVn^fifsS. A^r^^^^.^.!! ^'. } V€ Ma J or General Sir H. E. Wood, KCB. 28 Feb. 81. 

Assistant Military Secretary 

j;j~ am r>„. m S Captain F. G. Slade, R. Artillery, 24 March 81. 

ww ™* p < Lieut. B. M. Hamilton, East Yorkshire Regt. {emtro). 



Staff Abroad. 122b 

r General, with rank of Major General ) 

tv Adjutant and Quarter Matter [• FCColonel R. H. Buller, CB. CMG. h.p. 6o F. 29 March 81. 

« Camp 

ding Cavalry Brigade , Brig. General D. C. Drury-Lowe, CB. h.p. 17 Lancers, 21 Har.Sr. 

e Camp Captain C. E. Swaine, zi Hussars, 21 March 81. 

le Major Major R. T. Maillard, 16 Lancers, 21 March 81. 

r General Colonel W. Bellairs, CB. h.p. Unatt; 25 March 81. 

f Camp 

le Major 

f Adjutant and Quarter Matter General ... p.t.e. Colonel A. H. Wave 11, Welsh Regt. (41 F.), 16 Dec. 80. 

imiet. Adjutant 4r Quarter Matter General p.t.e. Major E. Essex, Gordon Highlanders (75 F.) , 9 Dec. 80. 

Major, Royal Artillery 

1 Instructor fjM.e. Bt.Major H. G. MacGregor, Worcestershire Regt. (29 T.\ 

( 3 Dec. 80. 

tmmiemzriat Officer Deputy Commissary General H. J. Brownrigg, CB. 

rdnancc Store (Jfficcr Assist. Com. General of Ordnance H. P. Moors. 

GRIQUALAND WEST. 
rotor of the Government J. R. Innes, Esq. Kimberley. 

SAINT HELENA. 

and Commander in Chief Hudson Ralph Janisch, CMG. 

ling Royal Artillery Bt.Lt.Colonel E. J. Tremlett. 

\ing Royal Engineer Colonel G. Philips. 

rdnance Store Officer Dep. Assist. Com. Gen. of Ordnance A. N. St. Quintin. 

MAURITIUS. 

•and Commander in Chief Sir George Ferguson Bo wen, GCMG. 31 May 73. 

rring the Government Frederick Napier Broome, Esq. CMG. 

> Camp Lieut. J. F. Craig, R. Artillery. 

n the Staff 

Major o.t.c. Major J. J. N. Buchanan, h.p. 5 Dragoon Guards, 1 Oct. o. 

'■ing Royal Artillery Lt. Colonel C. G. Robinson. 

'»*7 Royal Engineer Colonel C. G. Gordon, CB. 

mmittariat Officer Assistant Commissary General J. K. Johnston. 

"dnance .store Officer Assistant Commissary General of Ordnance J. C. Kellmau. 

edieal Officer Brigade Surgeon E. J. Hop wood. 

GOLD COAST COLONY. 

(Including Logo* and itt Dependenciet.) 

'and Commander in Chief Surgeon Major Sir Samuel Rowe, KCMG. Accra. 

t Secretary and Aide de Camp 

nt Governor 

ntant Lieut. A. G. Spratt, 1 W. I. Regt. Nov. 80. Cape Coatt. 

Paymaster 

WEST AFRICA SETTLEMENTS. 

(At Sierra Leone and on the Gambia.) 

and Commander in Chief Arthur Elibunk Hivelock, CMG. 25 Jan. 81. Sierra Lena. 

? Camp 

ntant Liout. A. 8. Roberts, x W. I. Regt. 10 May 81. 8ierra Leone, 



AMERICA. 

CANADA. 
Coxrftisnre all the Pbovincks withix ajtd adjacbwt thkbkto. 

General of the Dominion of Canada The Right Son. the Marquit o/Lorne, KT. GCMG. Ottawa* 

«rjr Secretary Lt. Colonel F. W. De Winton, R. Artillery, 96 April 80. 

de Camp 

if General c. General Sir P. L. M'Dougall, KCMG. 24 May 78. Halifax.. 

*t Military Secretary Colonel F. VV. Fremantle, Coldstream GutnU. 24 May 78. 

de Camv (p.*.c. Captain J. C. Barker, R. En*. 24 May 78. 

r I Lieut. K. T. Miles, 18 Hussars, 1 April 80. 

tng the Militia of the Dominion Major General R. G. A. Luard, 1 July 80. Ottawa. 

<*»P Captain W. H. Holbech, King's Royal Rifles (60 F.) 

Adjutant and Quarter Matter General... J TTmiiGmr 

f*> r l'*c- Major J. Boujihey, Wiltshire Regt. (6.1 F.), 1 May 76. 

,or Major R. Xacrle, h.b. R.Canadian Riiies, 19 Dec. 70. Halifax, 

instructor p.t.e. Captain K. C. Miluer, Irish Regt. (18 F.), 4 Aug. 77. Halifax, 

ng Royal Artillery Colonel A. \V. Drayson. 

ng Ro 9 al Engineer Colonel C S. Akers. 

•mifariat Officer Ascistunt Commissary General F. Shortt. 

inane* Store Officer Assiataut Commissary General of Ordnance R. Nicholls. 

agmaeter Staff Paymaster J. K. Goold. 

Medteal Officer Deputy Surgeon General J. S. Furlong. MD. 

NEWFOUNDLAND. 

md Commander in Chief Lt.Oolonel 8ir Henry F. B. Maxse, KCMG.6 Jx\V?%\. BlU J%\£% 

to Secretary and Aide de Camp Lieut. M. Drummond, Grenadier (xratda, *i fc*^- ** 



I22c Staff Abroad. 

WEST INDIES, Ac. 

Commanding the Forces Major General D. J. Gamble, CB. i Oct. 78. Barbadoes. 

Assistant Military Secretary Colonel J. K. D. Hill, h.p. 63 V. 31 March 77. 

Aide de Camp Captain L. G. Fawkes, R. Art. 1 Oct. 78. 

Assistant Adjutant and Or. Matter General Lt.Colonel VV. C. Jubtice, CMO. h.p. Depot Battalion. 

Commanding Royal Artillery 

Commanding Royal Engineer 

Senior Commissariat Officer Assistant Commissary General R. D. Noeke. 

Senior Ordnance Store Officer Dep. Assist. Commissary General of Ordnance F. H. Arnold. 

District Paymaster Paymaster F. F. T. Hobbs. 

Principal Medical Officer YZ Deputy Surgeon General H. T. Reade. 



ANTIGUA AND LEEWARD ISLANDS. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Sir John H. Glover, Royal Navy, GCMG Antigua. 

Private Secretary and Aide de Camp p.s.c. Captain H. H. Morgan, R. Marines. 

( Alex. Wilson Moir, CMG .....St. Christopher. 

C. M. Eldridge, Esq Dominies. 

Presidents - Neale Porter, Esq Montserret. 

Spencer Churchill, Esq Virain Islstmit. 

\ Nesit. 



BAHAMAS. 

Governor and Commander in Chi* f. Charles Cameron Lees, CMG. 5 Oct. 8 1 . 

Aide de Camp 



BARBADOES AND WINDWARD ISLANDS. 

Governor ami Commander in Chief. W. Robinson, Esq. CMG Bridget***. 

Aide de Camp 

8t. Vixckx :.- -Lieutenant Goreruor Angus»us Frwl. Gore. CMG. 29 Sept. 77 Kiugstmm 

n..» iT w n~.t .. ,/ *x— - .„. C Colonel Robert Win. Harley, CB. CMG. late of a West 
QmKT>L.-LxeutenaHt Governor £ Indift Rcgt ^ Sepfc ?? *• ^ 0tefftt 

Tobago.— Lieutenant Governor ScarhermsX 

St. Lucia.— Administering the Government Roger Tuckfteld Gold^worthy, CMG Oestm. 



BRITISH GUIANA. 
Governor and Commander in Chief. Cornelius HcndcricksenKortright,CJfG.i4 JvAyw... George Tm. 



HONDURAS. 

Lieutenant Governor Fred. Palgravo Barlce, CMG. 10 May 77 Bslia. 



JAMAICA. 

Captain General and Governor in Chief Sir Anthony Musgrave, KCMG. 8 June 77. 

Aide de Camp 

Colonel on the Stqffi c. Colonel J. Hockntt, h.p. Brigade Depot, 11 May 78. 

Brigade Major p.e.c. Major E. R. P. Woodg ate, Lancaster Rcgt. d F.), 21 Feb. 8©« 

Garrison Adjutant 

Commanding Royal Artillery 

Commanding Royal Engineer Lt.Colonel C. A. L. do Montmorency. 

Senior Commissariat Officer Assistant Commissary Geuerai F. H. Brldgman. 

Senior Ordnance Store Officer Absistant Commiftsary General of Ordnance J . H. Pearson. 

District Paymaster Stall' Paymaster W. Slarvin. 



TRINIDAD. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Sir Sanford Freeling, KCMG Port of 

Aide de Camp Captain R. J. Bingham, a W. I. Regt. 1 Feb. 81. 

Fort Adjutant Lieut. W. H. Duffin, Lancaster Regt. (4 F.). 



TURKS AND CAJCOS ISLANDS. 

Jhiej Commissioner Robert B. Llevrcljn, Esq GrwUTm*** 



BERMUDA. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Lieut.General Sir Robert Michael Lallan, R, Eng. ZC9*- 

23 Apr. 77. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. W. C. Hussev, R. Engineers, 1 Oct. 81. Sl . 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Captain J. G. Ponsonby, Berkshire Regt (49 F.), 1 Aug:- 

Commanding Royal Art- llery Lt.Colonel C. E. Newport. 

Commanding Royal Enaineer Colonel E. C. A. Gordon. 

Senior Commissariat Officer Assistant Commissary General J. H. Randall. 

Senior Ordnance Store Officer Assist. Commissary General of Ordnance C. Ralph. 

District Paymaster Paymaster W. B. Davia. 

Principal Medical Officer Deputy Surgeon Gencial J. Ogilvy, MD. 



FALKLAND ISLANDS. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Thomas Kerr, Esq. 



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REGIMENTAL DISTRICT STAFF. 



TCT/^ 1 Regimental District, GLENCORSE. Counties, Edinburgh, Peebles, Haddikgtox, Berwick, 

lMvJ» JL» Linlithgow. 

Lieutenant Colonel. — John Thomas Dalyell, 23 Jan. 78 ; Colonel, 17 Apr. 7a. 

Paymaster.— Charles Skrine, i Apr. £4; Hon. Major, 1 Apr. 74 ; Staff Paymaster, 1 Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Lothian Regt. (1 F. and Edinburgh Militia).— Volunteers, ist Berwick, 1st (2nd attacked) 
Edinburgh, ist Haddington, iso Linlithgow, ist and 2ml Midlothian. 

"Wrk O Regimental District, GUILDFORD. County, Part 0/ Subset. 

Jkt \J, 4Um Lieutenant Colonel.— Thomas Francis Lloyd, *> Nov. 78; Colonel, 9 Aug. 78. 

Paymaster. — Robert H. Simpson, 12 Sept. 57 ; Hon. Major, 18 Aug. 71 ; Staff Paym.x Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, West Surrey Regt. (2 F. and and Surrey Militia).— Volunteers, and, 4th, 6th, and 8th Surrey 

fjf^ O Regimental District, CANTERBURY. County, Part o/Kbkt. 
«W w« O. Lieutenant Colonel.— Henry Holden Steward, 17 Oct. 77 ; Colonel, 26 June 77. 

Paymaster. — William Joice, 8 May 67 ; Staff Payma*ter, 15 Oct. 80. 
Territorial Regiment, The Buffs (3 F. and East Kent Militia). — Volunteers, 2nd and 5th Kent. 

"M"^ 2L Regimental Dis'rict, LAW CASTER. County, Part o/" Lancashire. 
4^1 ls« ^E« Lieutenant Colonel. — Andrew Campbell Knox Lock, 21 Ju> e 79 ; Colonel, 1 Oct. 77. 

Paymaster. — John Campbell, 22 Feb. 68; Staff Paymaster. 5 Dec. 80. 
Territorial Regiment, Lancaster Regt. (4 F. and ist Lancashire Militia). — Volunteers, 10th Lancashire. 

VT A C Regimental District, NEWCASTLE. County, Northumberland. 

A^l U. O. Lieutenant Colonel.— William Pole Collingwood, CMG. 8 Jan. 81 ; Colonel, 1 Oct. 77. 

Pap matter. — John A. Kysh, 7 Nov. 56; Hon. Major, 6 July 67; Staff Pag mooter, x Apr. 78. 
Territoruil Regiment, Northumberland Fusilier* (5 F. and Nortel am oeriaud Militia). — Volunteers, ist North im- 
berland, and Northumberland, ist Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

VT^ f+ Regimental District, WARWICK. County, Warwick. 

J^l \Jm W« Lieutenant. Colonel. — William Filzrov, 30 Nov. 81 ; Colonel, 1 Sept. 80. 

PaymanUr.—de P. de P. O'Kelly, 28 Dec. 60 ; Hon.Major, 4 July 74 ; Staff Paym. 1 Apr. 79. 
Territorial Regiment, Warwick Regt. (6 F. and ist and and Warwick Militia).— Volunteers, i»t and 2nd Warwick. 

[VT^ TJ Regimental District, HOTJTNSLOW. County, Middlesex, and Metropolitan. 

|** "• I • Lieutenant Colonel. — Henry Kent, 14 Dec. 81 ; Colonel, 13 June 73. 

Pay master. — William Thomson, 7 Nov. 68. 
Territorial Regiment, 1, 2, 3, and 5 Bns. ''ity ot London Regt. (7 F. u/t<Z3rda»<?4th Middlesex Militia). — Volunteers, 
5th (9th attached), 22nd, and 23rd Middlesex. 

\yjr\ K7 Territorial Regiment, Middlesex Regt. (57 F. and 77 F. and East Middlesex and 5th Middlosex 
111 U. \J f • Militia).— Volunteers, 3rd, 8th, and 17th Middlesex. 

iTtfn A Regimental District, WARRINGTON. County, Part of La w cash irk. 

I A* VJ« 0« Lieutenant Colonel.— Henry do Renzy Pigott, 1 Apr. 81 ; Colonel, 25 Aug. 76. 



, Paymaster. — Thomas Bell, 22 Juno 78. 

- Territorial Regiment, Liverpool Regt. (8F. and 2nd Lancashire Militia). — Volunteers, ist, 5th, 15th (13th and ist 

I Isle of Man attached), 18th and 19th Lancashire. 

Nfi 4.0 Territorial Regiment, South Lancashire Regt. (40 F. and 82 F. and 4th Lancashire Militia).— 
**U« ^EV/ a Volunteers, 9th and 21st Lancashire. 

Nfl Q Segimental District, GREAT YARMOUTH. County, Norfolk. 
**%/■ €7 ■ Lieutenant Colonel. — John Miller, 13 Aug. 79; Colonel, 27 May 75. 

Paymaster. — William C. Frend, 30 March 58 ; Staff Pay mailer, 1 April 7S. 
Territorial Regiment, Norfolk Regt. (9 F. $ ist 4- 2nd Norfolk Militia).— Volunteers, ist, and, 3rd, <J* 4th Norfolk. 

"Kt\ "I f\ Regimental District, LINCOLN. County, Lincolx. 

*">*■ lV/i Lieutenant Colonel. — Frederick Ernest Anpleyard, CB. 29 Jnn.8i ; Colonel, 6 March 72. 

Paymaster.— George Montgomcrie Davids tn, 1 Apr. 58; Staff Paymaster, 1 Apr. 78. 
Tmritorial Regiment, Lincolnshire Regt. (10 F. and N. and S. Lincoln Militia). — Volunteers, 1st and 2nd Lincoln. 

2fo 1 1 Regimental District, EXETER. County, Devonshire. 

**• All Lieutenant Colonel. — Francis Fisher Hamilton, CB. 10 July 80; Colonel, 27 Feb. 74. 

Paymaster.— F. O.Sargeant-Openshaw, 20 July 66 ; J/on. Major,*? July 76 ; Staff Paym. 1 Nov.79. 
Territorial Regiment, Devonshire Regt. (11 F. a»4 2nd and ist Devon Miiitia). — Volunteers, ist, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 
<n<? 5th Devonshire. 

Jfrj 1Q Regimental District, BURY 8T. EDMUNDS. Counties, Suffolk, Cambridge 
v » A<G» Lieutenant Colonel. — John M'Kay, 10 April 78 ; Colonel, 1 May 76. 

Paymaster. — Henry O. Currie. 12 Aug. 61 ; if on. Major, 12 Aug. 72 ; Staff Paym. 1 Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Suffolk Regt. (1a F. and West Suffolk and Cambridge Militia). — Volunteers, ist and 6th 
Suffolk, ibt and 2nd Cambridgeshire. 

[Ir\ 1 Q Regimental District, TAUNTON. County, Somerset. 

^» AO« Lieutenant Colonel. — Robert Blackall Montgomery, 15 March 79; Colonel, 1 Apr. 78. 

Paymaster. — Henry Mapleton Oompiwm 4 , 1 Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Somerset Regt. (13 F. 4- ist ^ and Somerset Militia).— Volunteers, ist, 2nd, tf^rd Somerset. 

JTfk T ^ Regimental District, YORK. County. Part of West Riding of York. 

**• A *• Lieutenant Colonel.— Robert Bruce Chichester, CjB. 15 Nov. 79 ; Colonel, 24 Dec. 75. 

Paymaster.— Archibald H. H. MacGachen, 1 AprUjS. 
Territorial Regiment, West Yorkshire Regt. (14 F. and 2nd and 4th West York Militia), 3 Bn. Yorkshire Regt. 
{attached). — Volunteers, ist, 3rd, 7th, and 9th West Riding Yorkshire. 

JXfv 1 C Regimental District, BEVERLEY. County, East Riding of York. 
^ >i. J.J. Lieutenant Colonel.— p.s.e. 8. W. F. M. Wilson, 17 Oct. 77; Colonel, 22 April 76. 

Paymaster. — Frederick Blanco Forster, 5 Dec. 51 ; Hon. M«jor. 5 Dec. 61 ; StatfPaum. 1 Arjr.78. 
Territorial Regiment, East Yorkshire Regt. (15 F. and East York Militiaj.— Volunteers, ist East Riding York- 
shire, and East Riding Yorkshire. 

Pl(-\ IO Regimental District, BEDFORD. Counties, HuwTiWGnoir, Bedford, Hkbtfobd. 
^ yJm lV/i Lieutenant Colonel.— William Hanbury Hawley, 17 Oct. 77 ; Colonel, 8 May 77. 

Paymaster. — Frank W. Dundee, 23 March 58 : Hon.Major, %\ Mnrch 71; SfafT P<vjm.\ K.-^t. tV 
Territorial Regiment, Bedfordshire Regt. (16 F. and Bedford and Hertford ^li\\tu^, ^&^ r Vv\utf% ^1*\^A** 
{•Hacked). —Volunteers, ist Bedfordshire, ist and 2nd Hertfordshire. 



123a Regimental District Staff. 

I^r *| rj Regimental District, LEICESTER. Counties, Nottingham, Leicester, 

JM O. lli Lieutenant Colonel.— Charles Blewitt, i May 78; Colonel, 12 Feb. 78. 

Paymaster.— SirU. D. Nightingale, Bt. 26 July 64; Hon.Maj. 26 July 74; Staff Paym. 1 Apr. 79. 
Territorial Regiment, Leicestershire Regt. (17 F. and Leicestershire Militia) .— Volunteers, ist Leicestershire, 
1 st and 211a Nottinghamshire. 

"VT -. 1 Q Regimental District, OLONMEL. Counties, Kilebnnt, Tipper art, Wbxpobd, Wjltbbfobd. 
JM O. IOi Lieutenant Colonel.— Ed waul H. H. Foster, 23 Oct. 78 ; Colonel, 1 April 78. 

Paymaster.— Thomas Timbrell, 12 Feb. 70 ; Hon. Captain, 12 Feb. 70. 
Territorial Regiment, Irish Rogt. (18 F. and Wexford, North Tipperary, and Kilkenny Militia). 

"KT^ 1Q Regimental District, B1CRU0VD (Yorkshire). County, Nobth Riding of Yobk. 
XN O. X v7 . Lieutenant Colonel.— Robert Mockler, 23 Feb. 78 ; Colonel, 1 Oct. 77. 

Paymaster.— Herbert Croft R.vder, 9 Feb. 64 ; Staff Paymaster, x Feb. 81. 
Territorial Regiment, 1 Bn. Yorkshire Regt. (19 F. and 5th W. York Militia) .— rofiinfew*, xst and 2n<rN. Biding York. 

"NT/% OO Regimental Dis'riet, BURY. County, Part 0/ Lancashire. 
JM U. Z*\J * Lieutenant Colonel —Rowley Willes Hinxman, 21 May 81 ; Colonel, 7 Jan. 79. 

Paymaster. — George J. C. Wbittington, 1 Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Lancashire Fusiliers (20 F.and 7th Lancashire Militia). — Volunteers, 8th and 12th Lancashire, 

"VT^ Q 1 Regimental District, AYR. Counties, Atb, Wigtowit, Ki re cudb bight, Dumfbibs, Sblbibx, 
J^l O. AlX. Roxburgh. 

Lieutenant Colonel. — George Flower Herbert. 13 Aug. 79 ; Colonel, 6 Sept. 78. 

Paymaster. — George William Rippon, 15 Mar. 77 ; Staff Paymaster, 1 Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Scots Fusiliers (21 F. and Dumfries, Roxburgh, Kirkcudbright, and Selkirk, and Ayr and 
Wigtown Militia).— Volunteers, ist and 2nd Ayrshire, 1st Dumfriesshire, Galloway, 1st Roxburgh. 

"NTi^k O O Regimental District, CHESTER. County, Cheshire. 

XN U. Z*&* Lieutenant Colonel.— Thomas Tyacke, 1 May 78 ; Colonel, 23 Apr. 78. 

Paymaster. — Cbarles Henry Chatincey, jo March 67 ; Staff Paymaster, x Oct. 81. 
Territorial Regiment, Cheshire Rr gt. (22 F. and 1st and 2nd Cheshire Militia}, 6 Bn. King's Royal Rifles (attacked).— 
Volunteers, ist, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Cheshire. 

"KT/^ Q O Regimental Dittrict, WREXHAM. Counties, Anglbsea, Carnarvon, Denbigh, Flint, Mbbiobkb. 
J^l KJm ^O* Lieutenant Colonel.— Hon. Savage Mostyn, CB. 10 Apr. 80; Colonel, 1 Sept. 74. 

Paymaster. — Aug. B. de Lnsa-le, 18 May 58 ; Hon. Major, ix Mar. 72; Staff Paym. 1 Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Welsh Fusiliers (23 F. and Denbigh and Merioneth and Carnarvon Militia).— Volunteer*, 
xst Denbighshire, xst Flintshire and Carnarvon. 

"NT/\ (*) A. Regimental District, BRECON. Counties, Cardigan, Radnor, Bbbcon, Monmouth, MoKTeomir. 
A^l KJm 4U^lm Lieutenant Colonel.— Richard Thomas Glyn, CB. CMO. 21 July 80; Colonel, 13 Feb. 72. 

Paymaster. — Frederick W. V. Packman, 1 Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, South Wales Borderers (24 F. and Radnor and Montgomery Militia). — Volunteer*, tit 
Brecknockshire, xst, 2nd, and 3rd Monmouthshire. 

"KTn OR Regimental District, BERWICK-ON- TWEED. 

X^l KJm £xsJ % Lieutenant Colonel. — HeL.ry George De la Focse, CB. 30 Nov. 81 ; Colonel, 1 Oct. 77. 

Paymaster. — Wdliam Robert Thornhill, 1 Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, King's Own Borderers (25 F.). 

'VT^ Oft Regimental District, HAMILTON. County, Part of Lanark. 

xM KJm 4U\J m Lieutenant Colonel. — Somerset Molyneux Wiseman-Clarke, 17 Oct. 77 ; Colonel, 2 July 75. 

Paymaster. — Edward Yilliera Raynes, 12 Feb. 70. 
Territorial Regiment, Scottish Rides (26 F. and 90 F. and 2nd Lanark Militia). — Volunteers, xst, and, 3rd, *»» 
and 7th Lanarkshire. 

"VT-^ JTT Territorial Regiment, Highland Light Infantry (71 F. and 74 F. and xst Lanark Militia).— 
X^l KJm ■ X ■ Volunteers, 5th, 6th, 8th, 9th, and 10th Lanarkshire. 

"KTrv Q T7 Regimental District, OMAGH. Coun<t>j, Londonderry, Donegal, Ttroitb, Fbbblutagh. 
X^t KJm d£i § ■ Lieutenant Colonel. — Alexander AntbODy Preston Browne, 14 Aug. 78; Colonel, 21 Aug. 7a. 

Paymaster. — Edward Cattell, 1 Jan. 55; Hon. Major, 15 Nov. 73; Staff Paymaster, x Apr.7* 
Territorial Regiment, Iuniskuliing Fus. (27 F. A- 108 F. if Fermanagh, Tyrone, Londonderry, if Donegal MilitW* 

"KTan Q Q Regimental District, BRISTOL. County, Gloucesteb. 
mV% KJm 4UOm Lieutenant Colonel.— Thontas Lynden Bell, 15 May 78; Colonel, 14 Feb. 78. 

Paymaster. — Richard Olifife Richmond, 1 Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Gloucestershire Regt. (28 F. and 61 F. and South and North Gloucester Militia)"" 
Volunteers, xst and 2nd Gloucestershire. 

ISTn 9 Q Regimental District, W0R0E8TER. County, Worcestershire. 

X^l KJm mGsJm Lieutenant Colonel. — FitsWilliam Frederick Hunter, 19 Dec. 77 ; Colonel, 27 Jan. 74. 

Paymaster.— e. Robert Scott, 20 Feb. 52 ; Hon. Major, 20 Feb. 62 ; Staff Paym. 1 Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Worcester Regt. (29 F. if 36 F. if Worcester Militia) .— Volunteers, xst dr 2nd Worcester. 

"KTf% OA Regimental District, BURNLEY. Count y, Part of Lancashire. 
••HKJm UV/i Lieutenant Colonel. — John Thompson, 12 June 78 ; Colonel, 26 March 78. 

Paymaster. — Wm. Hughes, 20 Nov. 67 ; Hon. Major, 22 March 79 ; Staff Paymaster, x^mnT-^i 
Territorial Regiment, East Lancashire Regt. (30 F. and 59 F. and 5th Lancashire Militia).— Volunteers, «nd *» 
3rd Lancashire. 

~fRf\ Ol Regimental District, KINGSTON. County, Part of Subbbt. 
a "vi tJX. Lieutenant Colonel.— John Sprot, 17 Oct 77 ; Colonel, 29 Jan. 75. 

Paymaster.— John E. Large, 8 Aug. 51 ; Hon. Major, 8 Aug. 61 ; Staff Paymaster, x Apr.?}* 
Territorial Regiment, East Surrey Regt. (31 F. and 70 F. and xst and 3rd Surrey Militia).— Volunteers, ist, J** 
5U1, and 7th Surrey. 

*KTs% OQ Regimental District, BODMIN. County, Cobk wall. 

X^ KJm %J4Um Lieutenant Colonel.— Arthur F. Warren. CB. 4 June 81 ; Colonel, 1 Oct. 77. 

Paymaster.— Edward C. Grant, 28 Dec. 55 ; Hon. Major, 28 Dec. 70 ; Staff Paym. 1 Apr. 78* 
Territorial Regiment, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry (32 F. and 46 F. and Cornwall Rangers Mihlia). - 
Volunteers, ist and 2nd Cornwall. 

1*Jr\ Q Q Regimental Dittrict, HALIFAX. County, Part of Wbbt Rtding of Yobk. 
*! KJm \JOm Lieutenant Colonel. — Richard Freer, 21 May 81 ; Colonel, 23 June 74. 

Paymaster. — 
T*rri/4ria! Jfteffiment, Duke of Wellington's West Riding Regt. (33 F. and 76 F. and 6th West York Mflitia).- 
ro/*Mteer», 4U2 and 6th Went Ridinff Yorkshire. 



Regimental Districi Staff. tfe&fr 

KTg^ QA Regimental District, CARLISLE. Counties, Cumbeblawd, Westmobilaitd. 
El O* O^C* Lieutenant Colonel. — George Vincent Watson, 31 Oct. 77 ; Colonel, 21 Aug. 74. 

Paymaster. — Edward Boyle, 1 April 78. 
Territorial Regiment, The Border Regt. (34 F. and 55 F. a»<? Cumberland awtf Westmoreland Militia). — Volun- 
teer*, 1 st Cumberland, ist Westmoreland. 

i/T_ QK Regimental District, CHICHESTER. County, Sussex. 

W O* OUi Lieutenant Colonel. — lion. Charles John Addington, 17 Oct. 77 ; Colonel, 12 July 76. 

Paymaster. — Charles Edward Lennox, 8 May 67 ; Hon. May. 8 May 77 ; Staff Pagm. 18 Jane 80. 
Territnrial Regiment ; Sussex Regt. (35 F. and 107 F. ««d Sussex Militia). — Volunteers, ist Cinque Ports, 1st and 
and Sussex. 

VT/^ OH Regimental District, WINCHESTER. County, Hampshire. 
1/1 O ■ O ■ ■ Lieutenant Colonel. — George Thomas Gough, 18 July 77 ; Colonel, 6 June 76. 

Paymaster.— C\ S. P. Willoughby, 1 Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Hampshire Regt. (37 F. and 67 F. and Hampshire Militia — to be raised). — Volunteers, ist r 
2nd, and 3rd Hampshire, ist Isle of Wight. 

Mfl~ OO Regimental Di-trict, LICHFIELD. County of St affobd. 

l?l Ua OO • Lieutenant Colonel.— Edmund M. Manningham-Baller, 3 Feb. 77 j Colonel, 16 Oct. 75. 

Paymaster.— William M. PUyfair, 1 Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, 8. Stafford Regt. (38 F. and 80 F. and 1 Stafford Militia).— Volunteers, 2 and 5 Stafford. 

M"rk 1^4. Territorial Regiment, North Staffordshire Regt. (64 F. and 98 F. awrf and and 3rd Stafford 
W VJ« UTi Militia).— Volunteers, iat, 3rd, and 4 th StalTordbhire. 

IlT^ QQ Regimental District, DORCHESTER. County, Dokset. 

W U« O v7 ■ Lieutenant Colonel. — Johnson Wilkinson, 5 Dec. 77 ; Colonel, 13 April 77. 

Paymaster. — Wm. Stewart Thorburn, 19 Feb. 67; Staff Paymaster, 15 Aug. 81. 
Territorial Regiment, Dorsetshire Regt. (39 F. and 54 F. and Dorset Militui). — Volunteers, ist Dorsetshire. 

M"^ AI Regimental District, CARDIFF. Counties, Pbmbbokb, Cabmabthen, Glamobgak. 
M w» ^3CX * Lieutenant Colonel. — George Garden, 31 Oct. 77; Colonel, 5 Oct. 77. 

Paymaster.— Frederick. F. Fereday, 9 Nov. 55 ; Hon. Major, 9 Nov. 70; Staff Paym. 1 Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Welsh Regt. (41 F. and 69 F. and Glamorgan Militia).— Volunteers, ist Pembrokeshire, ist, 
and, and 3rd Glamorganshire. 

"Wr* AO Regimental District, PERTH. Countie; Fobfab, Pbbth, Fife. 

JCl ()■ ^JC<a» Lieutenant Col nel. — Samuel Alexander Madden, CB. ao Mar. 80 ; Colonel, 24 July 74. 

Paymaster.— James Wray, 7 Nov. 57; i/on. Major, 14 April 71 ; Sto/T Paymaster, x Apr. 78. 
Territoruil Regiment, Black Watch (42 F. and 73 F. and Perth Militia). — Volunteers, i»t Filestore, ist, 2nd, and 
3rd Forfarshire, ist and and Pertnshire. 

Urv ^LQ Regimental District, OXFORD. Counties, Oxfobd, Bucks. 

«W w« TtOi Lieutenant Colonel. — George Edward Bayncs, 10 Nov. 77 ; Colonel, 30 March 72. 

Paymaster. — Charles Webb, 21 July 74; Staff Paymaster, 1 Oct. 81. 
Territorial Regiment, Oxford Light infantry (43 F. and 52 F. and Bucks and Oxford Militia). — Volunteers, ist 
and and Oxfordshire, ist and 2nd Buckinghamshire. 

Nn ^ ^ Regimental District, WARLEY. County, Essbx. 
XiU. Hi .Lieutenant Colonel. — James Rose, 10 Nov. 77; Colonel, 14 Aug. 72. 

Paymaster. — J. A. Collins, 6 Sept. 71 ; lion. Major, 1 Oct. 81. 
Territorial Regiment, Essex Regt. (44 F. and 56 F. and Essex Rifles and West Essex Militia).— Volunteers, iSt, 
2nd, 3rd, a»ci 4th Essex. 

Nn AR Regimental District, DERBY. County, Dbbby. 

**U« Ivi Lieutenant Colonel. — James Sinclair Thomson, 3 Apr. 78; Colonel, 37 July 71. 

Paymaster. — Frank Samwell, 12 Aug. 62; lion. Major, 19 Sept. 73 ; Staff Paymaster, 1 Apr. 78* 
Territorial Regiment, .Derbyshire ttegt. (45 F. and 95 F. «*</ Nottingham awd 2nd ami ist Derby Militia). — 
Volunteers, ist and 2nd Derbyshire. 

lift 4*7 Regimental District, PRESTON. County, Part of La xca.8 hi bk. 
*w« TC ff • Lieutenant Colonel. — William Charles Bancroft, 19 Apr. 79 ; Colonel, 14 Aug. 7a. 

Paymaster.— Denis Creagh, 8 Jan. 68. 
Tentorial Regiment, N. Lancashire Regt. (47 F. 4- 81 F. 4- 3 Lancashire Militia) . — Volunteers, 11 4- 14 Lancashire. 

Nft A ^ Regimental District, NORTHAMPTON. Counties, Nobthamptow, Rutland. 
*™w. 70 • Lieutenant Colonel. — Henry Ernest Thesiger Williams, 7 Aug. 80; Colonel, 15 Aug. 74. 

Paymaster. — Tnomas Palmer Senior, 15 May Cy; Staff Paymaster, 1 Deo. 80. 
Territorial Regiment, Northampton Rugk (48 F. and 58 F. and Northampton Militia) .— Volunteers, 1 Northampton. 

Nfl 4Q B*g*»**tal District, READING. County, Bbbxshibb. 
*" v» ^Zv7a Lieutenant Colonel. — Joseph Jordan, C'if. 17 Oct. 77; Colonel, ai Jan. 76. 

Paymaster. — Duncan C. O. Spiller, 1 April 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Berkshire Regt. (49 F. and 66 F. and Berks Militia). — Volunteers, istjBerkshire. 

No Rfl Regimental District, MAIDSTONE. County, Part of Knvr, 
** U« sJxJm Lieutenant Colonel. — Drury Richard Barnes, 31 Dec. 81 ; Colonel, 1 Aug. 80. 

Paymaster. — Joseph Muskett, 25 Oct. 74 ; Staff" Paymaster, z Oct. 81. 
Territorial Regiment, W. Kent Regt. (50 F. and 97 F. and West Kent Militia).— Volunteers, ist, 3rd, and 4th Kent 

Jfn *>1 Regimental District, PONTEFRAOT. County, Wbsx RiDiira o» Yobkshibb. 
*» V/. V/Li Lieutenant Colonel. — Frederick Hardy, 29 Dec. 77; Colonel, 5 May 74. 

Paymaster. — E. F. G. Greenwood, 21 July 74 ; Hon. Maj. ai July 74 ; Staff Paymaster,! Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, S. Yorkshire Regt. (51 F. and 105 F. and 1 W. York Militia).— Volunteers, 5 W. Riding York. 

Nn f\C\ Territorial Regiment, York and Lancaster Regt. (65 F. and 84 F. and 3rd West York Militia) . — 
*'vi \J\J* Volunteers, 2nd and 8th West Riding Yorkshire. 

}jr\ F%Q Regimental District, 8HREW8BURY. Counties, Shbopshibb and Hbbbfobd. 
*lVSa xJO* Lieutenant Colonel.— p. s c. William Wiltshire Lynch, 9 Dec. 81 ; Colonel, 1 Oct. 77. 

Paymaster.— Nathaniel E>re Bobbins, 14 Jan. 62; Staff Paymaster, 1 June 80. 
Territoruil Regiment, Shropshire Regt. (53 F. and 85 F. and Shropshire and Hereford Midtia).— Volunteers, iSt 
and and Shropshire, ist Herefordshire. 

}Jf\ f\Q Regimental District, DEVIZES. County, Wiltshibe. 

*1VJ« \J£im Lieutenant Colonel.— Henry Francis By tuesea, 3 April 78; Colonel, 1 April 73. 

„ Paymaster.— Henry Burke, 14 July 57; i/on. Major, 10 Aug. 69 •, 3t<tfr Paymaster % \ fcc$t.iV 

Territorial R eg i m e nt, Wiltshire Re#t. fa F. and 99 F. and Wiltsuire Militia) .— Volunteers, \ and 1 "« Cfcatoax*. 



1233 Regimental District Staff. 

"VT^ OQ Regimental District, ASHTON. County, Part of Laiccashibe. 

Xt \J. UOi Lieutenant Colonel.— Robert Children Whitehead, CB. 10 May 81 ; Colonel, 1 Oct 77- 

Paymaster.— Walter C. Kennedy, 1 Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Manchester Regt. (63 F. and 96 F. and 6th Lancashire Militia).— Volunteer/, 4th, 6th, 7th, 
1 6th, 17th aM(f 20th Lancashire. 
'NTr* fift Regimental District, SUNDERLAND. County, Durham. 
AN vi« v)Oa Lieutenant Colonel.— Tx>rd John H. Taylour, 31 Oct. 77; Colonel, 29 June 75. 

Paymaster.— p.t.c. Dndley Beaumout, 1 Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Durham Litfht Infantry (68 F. and 106 F. and zst and and Durham Militia).— Volnut&n, 
1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Durham. 
"VT^ f7Q Regimental District, FORT GEORGE. Counties, Oskitbt and Shetland, Suykkblaxd, Caith*ik» 
XN U. § 4Um Ross ««a* Cromarty, Invbbwess, Naibw and Elgin. 

Lieutenant. Colonel. — Compton A. S. Dickins, 30 Nov. 81 j Colonel, 1 Oct. 77. 
Paymaster. — Frederic N. I. Taylor, 1 Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Seaforth Highlanders (72 F. and 78 F. and Highland Rifle Militia).— Volunteers, 1st Elgin, 
tst Inverness- shire, ist Ross-shire, 1st Sutherland. 
"KT/% HC Regimental District, ABERDEEN. Counties, Abbbdeew, Banff, Kixcabdixi. 
X^l vi« I %Jm Lieutenant Colonel.— Archibald Tisdall, 13 Feb. 78; Colonel, 1 Oct. 77. 

Paymaster. — Frederick Robertson, 1 Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Gordon Highlanders (75 F. and 92 F. and Aberdeenshire Militia).— Volunteers, ; St, 2nd, 
3rd, and 4th Aberdeenshire, tst Banffshire, tst Kincardineshire and Aberdeenshire. 
"MT^ 17 Q Regimc.tal District, INVERWfcSS. 
llUi I v7. Lieutenant Colonel. — 

Paymastrr —Frederic N. I. Taylor, 1 Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Cameron Highlanders (79 F. and Highland Light Infantry Militia). 
*KTrt ft*3 Regimental 'District, BELFAST. Counties, Aktbim, Do wir. 
X^l V/« OO a Lieutenant Colonel. — Vere Hunt Bowles, 17 Oct. 77 ; Colonel, 28 July 72. 

Pay master.— George H. Anson, 15 April 77; Stajf Paymaster, 1 Oct. 81. 
Territorial Regiment, Irish Rifles (83 F. ami 86 F. and North Down, Antrim, South Down, and Louth Militia). 
^T/% O tj Regimental District, ARMAGH. Counties, Cavax, Moicaghaw, Abmagh, Louth. 
X^l KJ* Of. Lieutenant Colonel.— Edward Thomas St. Lawrence MccGwire, 14 July 80; Colonel, 35 March 76. 

Paymaster. — Arthur J. Roberts, 1 Apr. 78. 
Tirritorial Regiment, Irish Fusiliers (87 F. and 89 F. a.id Armagh, Cavan, and Monaghan Militia). 

1^/^ ft ft Regimental District, GAL WAT. Counties, Lbitbim, Sligo, Roscommojt, Mayo, Galwat. 
X^l VJ« OOi Lieutenant Colonel. — Joseph de Moutmoreucy, 22 Oct. 70 ; Colonel, 16 Aug 78. 

Paymaster.— Charles I). Forbes. 4 May 74 ; lion. Major, 4 May 74 ; Stiff Paymaster, 1 Apr. 7*. 
Territorial Regiment, Connaught Rangers (88 F. and 94 F. and South Mayo, North Mayo, Galway, **d Bofr 
common Militia), 8 Bn. Rillc Brigade (at t itched). 
"KT/% Q I Regimental District, STIRLING. Countie*, Ktjtboss and Clackmaxxatt, Stixlutg, DxnOAiTOI, 
J^l vi« %y X m Argyll, Bute, Rbxfbbw. 

Lieutenant Colonel. — Mostyn De 1r Poer Bcresford, 17 Oct. 77 ; Colonel, 14 June 77. 

Paymaster. — Thos. Huddlestonc, t May 64 ; Ron. M-ijor, 19 Oct. 76 ; Staff Paym. 1 Not. 79. 

Territorial Regiment, Sutherland and Argvll Highlanders (91 F. and 93' P. and Stirling, Dumbarton, Click' 

man nan, and Kinross, and Renfrew Militia).— Volunteers, 1st Argyllshire, 1st Clackmannan, tst Dumbarton, 

1st, 2nd, and 3rd Renfrewshire, is-t Stirlingshire 

T^^% 1 f\f\ Regimental District, BIRR. Countie*, Mbath, Wbstmkath, Loxgfobd, Kixg's Co.,Quil»'lC* 

A^i v/» lvUi Lieutenant Colonel. -Edmund William Sargent, 17 Oct. 77; Colonel, 17 April 77. 

Paymaster. — James Clarke Ross, 1 March 64 ; Staff Paymaster, 10 March 81. 
Territorial Regiment, Prince of Wales' L»inster Uegt. (100 F. and 109 F. and King's County, Queen's Couatfi 
and Meatn Militia), 6 and 9 Bns. Rifle Brigade {attached) . 
ftff* IOI Regimental District, TRALEE Counties, Liubbick, Kkrry, Cobk, Clash. 
A^i w« X wX a Lieutenant Colonel. — William Andrew Armstrong, 1 May 78 ; Colonel. 26 April 76. 

Paymaster.— Walter Morrison, 29 Dec. 57; Staff Paymaster, 1 Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Minister Fusiliers (ivi F. and 104 F. and South Cork, Clare, Kerry, and Limerick CourtJ 
Militia), 9 Bn. King's Royal Rifles (attached). 

"KTfv 1 OO Regimental District, IX A kB. Counties, Dcblix, Wicklow, Kildabb, Cablow. 

■*^l \Jm AV/^l! Lieutenant Colonel. — Needham Thompsou Parsons, 19 Dec. 77 ; Colonel, 24 July 77. 

Paymaster. — Richard Richardson, 12 Aug. 62 ; Hon. Major, 29 Dec. 73 ; Staff Paym. 1 Apr. 7* 
Territorial Regiment, Dublin Fusiliers (102 F. and 103 F. and Kildare, Dublin City, and Dublin County 3ifliH»)i 
8 Bn. King's Royal Rifles (attached). 
'Rifie Depot, WINCHESTER. 

Lieutenant Colonel. — Hugh Parker Montgomery, 2 Oct. 78; Colonel, 13 Aug. 78. 
Paymaster*. — Paul Dennis Costa, 1 Apr. 78. 

William Dixon, i<> Jan. 76. , 

Line Battalion*, ist, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Batt. King's Royal Rifles (60 F.). — Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, mad J** 

London, 2nd, 4th, 6th (ist attacked), 10th. nth, 12th (25th attached), and 13th Middlesex. 
Line Hat I a lions, ist. 2nd, 3rd, and 4th BaU. Bine Brigade. — Volunteer*, 7th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 18th, 19th, sow 
2 1 st, and 24th Middlesex, istTowor Hamlets, 2nd Tower Hamlets. 

The following Regiments of Auxiliary Forces are attached to the Brigade of Foot Guards: — 
Command of Lt. Colonel Grenadier Guards. — Militii: 4th Bn. City of London Regt. Volunteers: ist, and,*"' 

3rd London; i2t*i Middlesex (25th attached), 15th, and 24th Middlesex. 

Command of Lt. Colonel Coldstream Guards.— Militia : 7th Bn. King's Royal Rifles. Volunteers: 4th,6th('* 

attached), nth, 16th, 18th, 19th. and 21st Middlesex. 

Command of Lt. Colonel Scots Guards.— Militia ; 5th an I 7th Bns. Rifle Brigade. Volunteers: 2nd, 7th, icA» 

13th, 14th, and 20th Middlesex; ist and 2nd Tower Hamlets. 



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Bristol 28 Glencorse 1 Oxford 43 

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War Services of Staff Officers of Pensioners. 

or E. Rogers lerred In temporary command or a Detachment 3rd Went India Begin 
3ombo, Gambia, in Feb. 1864 against hoatile native factions, and waa employed by tt 
ion diplomatic; serv itd in B«mJaDotlon with tho Governor of Sierra Leona and Oommodor. 
cB he received official thanka. Served aa Brigade Adjutant in charge of prune in the 
nrl Harley np the Biver Gambia in June 1864. anil was favorably m 
lier Brigidier Oonoral Harley in Britiah Hondurai in Fabroary and 
t detached for the destruction of the Indian Tillage San Joe4, on w 
march of jj mile* in 11 hours acroee Tory difficult country (thanked 

*d Biicad* Major to the united Force, and waa mentioned in deepnU. 

orBareioeyaerTed with the 13th Ueguneut in the Kafllr xur of 1851-53 IHeOal), 



125 War Services of Staff Officers of Pensioners. 

3 Lt.CV'loncl Fresson served as Adjutant with the Left Whip 98th Regiment in the Peahawnr Expeditionary Tore* 
on the Kuzofzie Frontier under Sir S. Cotton in April and May 1858, including the destruction of Chinglic, also en- 
gaged with the I Li ndostanco fanatics on the Heights of Situma on 4th May (Medal with Clasp). 

* Lt.Colonel Egcrton Todd served in the 8ist Regiment in the Indian Mutiny of 1857-58 (Mednl). 

u Lt. Colonel Browne served with the 98th Regiment in the Pnnjaub campaign of 1848-49 (Mednl). 

14 Major Mucgregor served with the 82nd Regiment in the N.W. Provinces in suppressing the Indian mutiny i> 
1857-58. und was present at the second relief of Lucknow, defeat of the Gwalior Contingent at Cawupore. actions of 
Knla Nuddce and Khankur, siege of t lie Jail and subsequent operations at Shahjehanpore, affairs ot Mahomdea 
and Bunkagaon (Medal with Clasp). 

17 Lt. Colonel Bcere served with the 8th Regiment in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1857, including the siege 
and capture of Delhi, and was severely wounded at the assault of the city (Medal with Clasp). 

19 Lt. Colonel Charlton served with the 8ist Regiment in the Indian mutiny of 1857-58 (Medal). 

*° Lt.Colonel Chandler served with the 10th Regiment in the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, including the battle of 
Sobrnon (Medal). Also the Punjuub campaign of 1848-49, including the whole of the siege operations before Mocltea, 
affair of the 9th September (wounded), storming the enemy's strongly-entrenched position, carrying of the Height! 
before Mooltan and surrender of the fortress, and was afterwards present at the battle of Goojerat (Medal with two 
Clasps). 

M Lt.Colonel Wright served with the 83rd Regiment in suppressing the Indian mutiny, and was present at the 
affair of Sangnueer, and defeat of the Gwalior rebels at Kotaria on the 14th August 1858 (Medal with Clasp). 

** Lt.Colonel Scarlo was at the action of Ecknaes in the Gulf of Finland 20th May 1854. in action with the font of 
Bomarsund 15th August, and nt the surrender of Fort Prasto on the 16th August. Served with the Baltic expoditioi 
in 185s. and in the mortar-boat tlotilla during the bombardmentof Sweahorg (Medal). 

30 Major Clemeuts was present at the attack on the batteries at Petropaulovsk on 31st August, landed on 4ft 
Sept. at an attack on the same batteries (severely wounded), and was at the capture o two Russian vessels on jtk 
Sept. 1854. Served in the China war of 1857-58, including the blockade of the Canton river, storm, and capture of 
Canton, expedition to the North, and landed at the bombardment and capture of the forts at the mouth of the Pfl&o 
river on 20th May, as Acting Adjutant and Qr. Master (Medal with two Clasps). 

*? Lt.Colonel Lewis served with the Grenadier Company of the 94th Regiment in the action with and destruction 
of a desperate band of insurgent fanatics at Tecrmanam Coonettos in Malabar. 

88 Lt.C< lonel Moore served with the 34th Regiment in the Crimean campaign from 10th August 1855. including tit 

siego and fall of Scbastopol, and assault of the Redan on 8th September (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medtl). 

Served also in the Indian campaigns in 1857-59. including the actions at Cawnporc on 26th 37th and 28th November 

1857. capture of Mceungnnge, siege and capture of Lucknow, and defeat of the rebels at Bootwul (Medal vile 

Clasp). 

*•* Lt.Colonel Brooke served with Captain Lillie's Detachment in defeating the insurgents at Matalc on 29th July, 
during the suppression of the rebellion in the Kandian Provinces in 1848. 

♦* Lt.Colonel Domville was landed in 1S45 with a Detachment of Royal Marines for the protection of British proper^ 
at Monte Video. He was there detached for service in the Parana, and was present at the attack and capture oftfcf 
Forts ol'Obligado. and forcing the passage of the river. Commanded a Detachment at Rut Island, off Monte YJda\ 
and was at the defence of Colonia in the River Plate in March and April 1847. 

** Major Spofforth served with the 59th Regiment during the operations before and capture of Canton in 1857 (Medtf 
with Clasp). 

47 Major Roe served with the 12th Lancers in the Crimea from 17th May 1855, including the siege and fell of 9h 
fcastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served as Brigade Major of Cavalry to the Saugor and NertaoW 
Field Division, and was present at the affairs of Jejnngeand Kubrai, general action of Banda (mentioned in despatched 
and surrender of the Rajahof Kirwccoii 5th June 1858 (Medal with Clasp). 

*• Major Morrah served as Adjutant of the 2nd Battalion 60th Ritles throughout the campaign of i860 in Quae 
(Medal with two Clasps). 

** Lt.Colonel Cardew served as Adjutant of the 19th Regiment in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including fit 
affair of Bulgaria 0, and battle of Alma —severely wounded in two places, and horse shot in crossing the river (MeW 
with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

*° Major Millipin served in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1858-59 on the Oude and Ncpanl frontiers (Medal)* 

" Captain Burke served with the 6Sth Light Infantry in the New Zealand war in 1864-66, including the attack of 
the Gate Pah, engagement at Te Ranga and attack on Putahi Pah (Medal). 

** Lt.Colonel Miller served in the Crimea from March to July 1855, including the siege of Scbastopol (Medal viti 
Clasn. and Turkish Mednl). 

■» Captain H. G. Rogers served with the 49th Regiment in the Crimea from September 1855, and was present et 
the sit ge and fall of Scbastopol, and assault of the Redan on the 8th Sep. 1855 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

»-> Maior Hesketh served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 in tno Royal Artillery, including the attain of Bar 
granac and M'Kcnzie's Farm, battles of Alma and Inkcrman, rtie of 26th October, siego anil fall of Scbartopol 
(Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal) . 



EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENTS. 



126 



»1 Military College, Sandhurst. 

-Field Marshal H.B.H.tke Duke of C&mhridge, 
. 0CB. GCMG. GCSJ. Commander in Chin/. 
-General W. C. B. Napier, 1 Nov. 75. 
ii and Secretary — p.s.c. Colonel F. D. Middle- 
h.p. ao F. 8 8ept. 74. 
-Rev. W. R. Beach, MA. 
%d Quarter Maeter. — John Davies, 26 Nov. 58 ; 
Utain. 1 July 81. 

T. Froser, MD. Dtp. Surg. Gen. h.p. 10 Apr.77. 
a. — Surgeon W. Finlay, 15 June 80. 
ter. — Capt. Cha. Clements Brooke, 8 12 Mar. 61 . 

TTAXtY PKOrSSSOBB JLWD IxSTSUCTOBS. 

9/ Fortification. —Major E. D. C. O'Brien, 
. x6 Oct. 77. 

Instructor! in Fortification. 
I.Williams, R. Bug. z Sept. 73. 
>.8et«>n, R. Eng. 11 Feb. 75. 
r. B. Hurst, R. Eng. u Fob. 75. 
- R. Todd, R. Eng. 1 8ept. 77. 

K. Scott, R. Eng. 25 Oct. 77. 
. H T. Wing, W. Kent Regt. (97 F.), 2 June 79. 
tin J. H. S.Oraigie, Highland Light Infantry 
1 Julv 81. 
am H. T. W. Allatt, Duke of Cornwall's Light 

(46 F.) t 1 Sept. 81. 

f Military Surveying.— c. Bt.Lt Colonel William 
l^h.p. 63F.24 July6o; En». 11 Dec. 46; Lt. 13 
Vapt. '25 Mar. 56; Bt. Major, 5 July 72; Bt.Lt. 
30 Dec. 78 ; Major, 18 June 81. 

Instructors in Military Surveying. 
•. Leir, East Surrey Regt. (31 F.), 30 Jan. 71. 

A. M. Delavoye,EssexRegt.(56F.),tx Feb. 75. 
S. Gaulter , Hampshire Regt. (37 F.) , 26 May 75. 
r C.H.Bunbury, Connaught Rangers (94 F.), 

rR.O.De Montmorency, Irish Rifles (83 F.), 

77- 
1. Rosser, Hampshire Regt. (37 F.), 15 Mar. 79. 

Ain H. E. C. Kitchener, Duke of Cornwall's 

itantry (46 P.), xx Mar. 79. 

t. Yotinir, E. Yorkshire Regt. (15 F.), 1 Jan. 81. 

»'n R. H. L. Brickeuden, Black Watch,U2 F.), 

Si. 

of Tactics, Military Administration and Law. 

,pt. O. C. King, R. Mar. Art. 1 Mar. 78. 

* in Tactics, Military Administration and Law. 

.ptain N. L. Walford, R. Art. 11 Feb. 75. 

vjor L. F. B. Cary, Rifle Br., 19 Mar. 77. 

iptatn B. G. Hall, R. Marino Art. 21 Juno 77. 

ijor H M. Moorsom, R. Art. x Sept. 77. 

iptain E. J. Courtenay, Sussex Regt. (35 F.), 

r. 78. 

ptain A.R.Savile,IrishRegt.(i8F.), 13 Mar.79. 

iptain A. G. Impey, Sussex Regt. (107 F.), 

►J 79- 

iptain W. H. Daniel, East Yorkshire Regt. 

X 1 Sept. 79. 

1 Military Academy at Woolwich. 

—Field Marshal H.B M.the Duke of Cambridge, 

P. OCB. GCMG. GCSI. Commander in Chief, 

o. 

—Lieut. General James Frankfort M. Browne, 

ral Engineers, 2 June 80. 

.i ud Treasurer.— Colonel W. D. Marsh, R. Eng. 

77- 

tain of the Company of Gentlemen Cadets. 
>nel A. Harness, CB. R. Artillery, 31 Dec. 81. 
enants of the Company of Gentlemen Cadets. 
Wyxiyard, Royal Artillery, 7 Sept. 81. 
O. Owen, R. Artillery, 27 Sept. 81. 
A. M. Henn, R. Artillery, 15 Nov. 81. 

Adjutant and Quartermaster. 
E. Hardy, R. Artillery. 
-Surgeon Major G. J. H. Evatt, MD. 10 Doc.8o. 

Chaplain and Classical Instructor. 
md, MA. to Feb. 75. 
ofessor of Mathematics and Mechanics. 
» . Crofton, BA. FB8. 

Instructors of Mathematics . 
1 j March 73. 

ylecole, MA. 19 March 73. 
r. (_'. Wynne, R. Art. 18 March 76. 
yr of Fortification and Geometrical Drawing. 
M. Lloyd, R. Eng. x Oct. 76. 



Instructors of Fortification and Geometrical Drawing, 
Captain W. G. Ross, R. Eng. 1 Oct. 76. 
Major A. C. Ward, R. Eng. 1 Oct. 76. 
Captain J. Mathesoa, R. Eng. 1 March 80. 
Lieut. H. W. Rcnny-Tailyour, R. Eng. x Apr. 81. 

"Professor of Artillery. 
Major W. Kemrai*, R. Art. 23 March 81. 
Instructors of Artillery. 
Captain G. Mackinlay, R. Art. 30 Sept. 80. 
Captain R. S. Watson, R. Art. 27 Nov. 80. 

Professor of Military Drawing, 
Captain F. Roberts, R. Art. 20 Sept. 77. 

Instructors in Military Drawing. 
Captain A. G. Walker, R. Art. 18 Mar. 76. 
Captain V. F. Rowe, R. Eng. 20 Sept. 77. 
Captain W. St. G. Burk*. R. Bug. 24 Sept. 79. 

Professor of Military History. 
P.s.c. Captain S. C. Pratt, R. Art. u May 79. 
Professor of Landscape Drawing. — Win. Clifton. 
Professor of French.— Mons. Albert Barrere. 
Professor of German.— V. H. SchaiMe, Ph.D. MD. 
Professor of Chemistry and Physics. — C. L. Bloxam. 



Staff College, Sandhurst 

Commandant .—p.s.c. Colonel C. O. Creagh-Osborne, CB. t 
h.p. Brigade Depot, it May 78. 

PBOriSSOBS. 

Military Art and History.— p.s.c. Lt Colonel T. E. A. 

Hall, h.p. 49 F. 24 Dec. 78. 
Fortification and Artillery. — Colonel L. A. Hale, h.p. 

R. Eng. x Keb. 78. 
Military Drawing and Surveying. — Colonel W.H.Richards, 

h.p. Border Reurt. (ss F.), 16 Oct. 78. 
MilUary Administration and Law.— p.s.c. Major F. C. H 

Clarke. CMG. R. Artillery, 29 Nov. 81. 
Mathematics. — Rev. J. F. Twisden, MA. 
French. — A. Aigrd de Charcnte. | German. — C. Jeep. 
Rusmian — H. Riola. 

Hindottanee.— Major C.W. B. Bell, 8 Hussars, 2 Apr. 80. 
Geology.— R. Jones, FRS. FGS. 
Chemistry and Natural Philosophy. — Edmund Atkinson. 

Ph.D. FC8. 

Studbwts. 
Senior Division. 
Lieut. R. da C. Porter, R. Engineers. 
Lieut. H. di H. Haig. R. Engineers. 
Cap tat u J. B. Lcefe, R. Marine Artillery. 
Captain F. N I nnes, R. Artillery. 
Captain W. C. Jaraos, 2 Dragoons. 
Lieut. J. K. Trotter, R. Artillery. 
Captain J. C. Daltou, R. Artillery. 

Lieut. H. B. Mortimer, North Staffordshire Regt. (64 F.). 
Cap ainlToM. H. G. Gongh. 14 Hussars. 
Captain R. E. Allen, East Yorkshire Regt. (15 F.). 
Captain C. E. Beckett, 3 Hussars. 
Lieut. C. H. H. Beley, Bengal Staff Corps. 
Captain T H. Phipps, 7 Hussars. 
Lieut. C. M. Hutton. Oxford Ligbt Infantry (52 F.). 
Lieut. T. E. Stephenson, Et-sex Regt. (56 F.). 
Lieut. F. W. Bromfleld, Cheshire Regt. (22 F.j. 
Lieut. A. E. Codrington. Coldstream Guards. 
Major E. C. Browne, Scots Fusiliers (21 F.). 
Captain J. M. Gordon, Scots Fusiliers (at F.). 
Captaiu D. L. Raynes, Gordon Highlanders (75 F.). 
Capt.iin A. P. Wode'ioute, LnniskilUng Fusiliers (27 F.) 
Captain R. G. War ton, Lincolnshire Regt (10 F.). 
Lieut. E. Balfe, Bombay Staff Corps. 

Junior Division. 
Captain W. W. C. Verner, Rifle Brigade. 
Major r. W. B. Bell, 8 Hus*ars. 
Lieut. F. G. Stone, R. Artillery. 
Cai tain H. H Settle, R. Engineers. 
Lieut. A. F. Barrow, Bengal Staff Corps. 
Captain W. H. Sawyer, Lancaster Regt. (4 F.) 
Captain J. L. C. St. Clair, Sutherland and Argyll High- 
landers (91 F.) 
Lieut F. H. Probyn, Bengal Staff Corps. 
Major H. F. Grant, 4 Hu^ars. 
X T C Captain R. K. Ridge way, Bengal Staff Corps. 
Captaiu F. H. Whitby, Durham Lt. Inf. (106 F.) 
Captain J. A. Campbell, Bedfordshire Regt. (16 F.) 
Captain C. S'.. L. Barter, 8. Yorkshire Regt. (105 F.) 
Captain F. R P. Kanr, E. 8urrey Regt. (70 F.) 
Captain E. E. Swaine, Inniskilling Fusiliers (108 F.) 
Captain C. M. Mac Donald, Highland Lt. Inf. (74 F.) 
Captain C L. Mortimer, City of London Regt. (7 F.) 
Major A Wilkinson, S. Lancashire Regt. (40 F.) 
Lieut. J. C. Duke, W. Riding Regt. (33 F.) 
Lieut. C. E. D. Teller, Worcestershire Regt. (36 F.) 



;mel Paterson served with the 80th Regt. in the Burmese war of 1852-53, including the bombardment and 
f Prome, repulse of the subsequent night attack, reconnaissance at Ithaymew, advance on Meeaday, and 
nd destruction of two of the enemy's stockades beyond it (Medal with Clasp for Pegu), 
in Brooke served in the Osmanli Irregular Cavalry during the Crimean campaign (Turkish Me&aXV 



i«7 Educational Establishments. 

School of Gunnery. 

Commandant 4- Supdt. Colonel F. W. Hastings, x Oct. 77. Assistant Superintendent \ Captain D. D. T. O'CaUaghaa, 

Chief Instructor Lt.Colonel J. F. Betty. 1 May 80. j of Experiment: $ 1 Bept. 78. 

Brtgade Major Major A. N. Pearse, 1 Jan. 79. ! and Assistant do, Lieut. F. M. Goold- Adams, 29 Not. 8a. 

( Major E. Woollcombe, 1 April 77. Adjutant, Captain H. W. J. Hubback, 1 Jan. 79. 

Major F. Duncan, 15 Jan. 77. , Quarter Matter, Qr. Master 8. Cox. 

In, tr net or, in Gunneryi JJ a J or J- £ Ll °y d * **•* 77- ; 

9 Major C. Trench, 1 Apr. 70. 

Capt. A. A. Saunders. 25 Mar. 80.' 

.Lt.Colonel W. H. Izod, 1 May 80. 



-s . 



Department of Artillery Studies (Woolwich). 

Director of Artillery Studies Colonel O'B. B. Woolsey, R. Art. 1 Nov. 77. 

Assistant Director p.s.c. Major H. L. Mitchell, R. Artillery, 14 Apr. 81. 

"•'-'- •- **••» {sr&^ifraaM: sfr&. ... 

Instructor in Military Sur crying p.t.c. Captain F. Roberts, R. Art. 1 Oct. 77. 

Professor of Applied Mathematics A . G. Greenhill, MA. 

Lecturer on Metallurgy Dr. Percy, FRS. 

Lecturer on Armour Platen Captain C. O. Browne, late of R. Art. 

Lecturer on Practical Mechanic, H. W. Jones, Esq. 

Lecturer on Chemistry and Phytic* C. L. Bloxam, Esq. 

French Master Mons. Albert Barrere. 

German Matter Dr. F. Althaus. 



School of Military Engineering. 

{For Instructing the Corps in Military Field Works, at Cluitham.) 

Commandant. Colonel Sir A. Clarke, CB. KCMO. CIS. 1 Apr.81. 

As*ittanf Commandant 

Brigade Major and Secretary Major George Harris, x Oct. 81. 

Instructor in Construction # Estimating Major H. (3. Seddon, 1 Mar. 79. 

Assistant do. do Captain A. G. Clayton, 6 July 79. 

Instructor in Surveying Bt.Lt.Colonel C. Warren, CMG. 24 Feb. 80. 

*-*»' '«™*» •» *«"*»> {&p^nT&£ &&T5&2 $F "■ 

Instructor in Field Fwtifications Major A. G. Durnford, 13 July 78. 

A,.U,a»t I^rudor, in IU, FortiJ,^,. { £•£»«» * .^gS^lSr! £"" ^ 

Instructor in Telegraphy 



I Lieut. L. Darwin, \ May 77. 

I. - - - 



Assistant Instructors in Telegraphy •< Lieut. P. Cardew, 26 Apr. 78. 

( Lieut. R. M. Ruck, 1 March 81. 
Instructor in Military History, Strategy, <fr Mil. Law 



School of Musketry at Hythe. 

Commandant & Inspector General.— Colonel H. W. J. Trent, hp. 68 F. 31 Jan. 80. 

Chief Instructor .—Lt.Colonel J. K. Watson, King's Royal Rifles (60 F.), 9 Mar. 80. 

Captain and Deputy Assistant Adjutant General.— Major W. Marsden, South Lancashire Regt. (82F.X 1 Jan. 80. 

r„*4„i*. r—t m „~t~.. < Major H. H. Oldham, Cameron Highlanders (79 F.), 1 May 80. 

captain instructors. * Captain G Fentotlf Middlesex Regt. (77 F.). 1 March 81. 

7i.„t*»n~t T*..t-«~t«~. C Lieut. M. D. D. Dalison, Scots (iuards, 1 Nov. 79. 
Lieutenant Instructors. Jj^ K Levingc> Somersetshire Regt. (13 P.), 1 May 81. 

Paymaster. — 

Quarter Master Sf Acting Adjutant. — Moore Murphy, 21 Dec. 81 ; 2nd Lt. 31 Oct. 77 ; Lt. 22 July 80. 

Surgeon. — Surgeon Major J. Coates, MD. retired pay; Hon. Brigade Surgeon, 1 Sept. 81. 






Army Medical School, Netley. 

Sbwatb. 
-Sir W. M. Muir, KCB., MD., Director General Army Medical Department, President. 
Surgeon General Sir Joseph Fayrer, MD.. KCSI., Physician to the Council of India. 
The Professors of the Army Medical School. 
The Principal Medical Officer at Netley (ex officio). 

PaortssoBs. 

Military Surgery Surgeon General T. Longmore, CB., h.p. 

Military Medicine Inspector General W. C. Maclean, MD. CB. 

Military Hygiene Surgeon Mai or F. 8. B. F. deChaumont, MD. h p 

Pathology W. Aitkcn, Esq., MD. 

Assistant Pbofbhsobs. 

Military Surgery Surgeon Major R. Tobin. 

MVitary Medicine Brigade burgeon H. R. L. Veale, MD. 

Military Hygiene Surgeon Major J. L. Notter, MD. 

Pathology Surgeon Major J. P. H. Boileau, MD. 

Secretary Heinrich Theodor Gustav Borchert, Esq. 

School of Music, Kneller Hall. 

Commandant Lt.Colonel R.T.Thompson, h.p. Essex Regt. (56 F.),* May 8* 

Quarter Maskr Thomas Robert M'lllwham, 12 March 81. 



Educational E*tabli«hment». 

onersi Bo: Mr 

I Regt. OooF.). 

General if. If™ 

Feb. 74 Surrey Rest, (i 



I .l!)*P])h TlljlM 

. Thomas Car* 



night 14 Feb. 7 J| RoberiBoii". TrJiiijio 

iman nFeb. jt.GcnrKe RiiBgloa i Apr. S. 
TwoodiiPeh. 74 ' R. W.M'Govcrnsi4 Sept. Si 

yal Military Asylum, Cheliea. 



Kx Officio 
try or Bute for War, 
Righnesa the Field Mar 

of London! 



Quarto- JTasfsr.— Willi 
Medical OJIwr.— Snrgeon 

f taplaia.— Bcc. Erasmus 1 
Upper Mai'w-Mi 



n8 

. Hamilion-Gordon, KCB. Leinster 

Bir Edwu-il J.ugard, GCfl. East 

lorsrord. OCT. Rifle Brigade. 

His. Sir H. H. Clifford, jfCMO. CB. 

•aolet. OCR Durham Lt. Inf.(6E F.). 

.H.Taylor. CT. 

,C Colonel H. Mackensie,' h.p. i] F. 

'ami, —Major H. M. Thompson," h.p. 

Maodonnell,* it Aug. 73. 



I. Goodwi 



, BA. 



1. J. Reynolds, If"-* ■ 

W. 0. Lamb 
!. SI. Fleming. 



Secretaries orstale fc 
r Vaster Genera]. 

iorofCbi 
inticm 



it Governor of Chelsea Hoe 
'■■ Rojal Military Cctla 



to General. 
JprrivUtAm 



f Cambridge, . 
urea, lids, Ac. 
■ served with the 7 ml 
e principal actions in r. 

with the otb Regiment) 
b Eyre's Brigadeat the 






Lown Scbool. Jfu.'rr— Mr. George Young. 

Royal Hibernian Military School, Dublin. 
Com ttamiani.— Colonel L. B. Cotton,' h.p. 63 F. 
Sec. and -sflV.-Msjor J. W. Fitigerald, h.p. 
IWIir UoiUr lortiai),— Edwin Sbolock. 
Surgeon.— Hep. Insp. Gen. F. H. Bailor, MD. h.p. 

(Em Robert Foster. II A 
aapiai...— J Rn. J. M. Hamilton. MJ. 

(.«b, T. Curran. 
JT«k/ JeWrr.— Mr. John H. Gibbons 



1 Pick 



ip to Bir Sydney Con* 

•deans on the Mahal! 
le belonging to the Hit 

) 4tb June t8;6. 



M.j.tm 


-Mr. T. Btriteh 
-Mr. Francis M. 


Bowling. 




atom 

tho Col 


the K 
nj | al> 


(Mr war 


or 1850-53 (Medal), and 
ipedition to the Bntuta 


£?» 


i S th Feb. 1855, including the siege and 

(Medal with Clasp, snd Turkish Modal). 
der Captain Murray, Royal Artillery, in 


commanding tf 
Also served 

Mountain. E 


hHrqui'TUly ut the destrnct 


ned 



ORDNANCE MANUFACTURING ESTABLISHMENTS. 

ROYAL ARSENAL, WOOLWICH. 
Royal Carriage Factory. . Royal Gun Factory. 

wf. Colonel F. Close. R. Art 1 Oct. 81 Suptntlndtnt, Colonel E. Maitland, R.Art. 1 May So 

r. Mo-or R. S. Gnrdon, R. Art, ... (Oct 77 .l»ijl.5i™ri < f™ti*<.MajorM.L. Porter, R.Art-i Apr. 77 
rfor, Bt. Major F.L.IJravea, R.Art. 1 Apr. Bi \ Capiat* Inrlrnctor, Major L. Downes. R. Art. 1 Jan. 79 

Royal Laboratory. i qjicrrf Ztinr/orfCapt. A. w, whit*. R. Art. i Apr. 75. 

ml. Colonel F. Lyon. R.Art t Apr. So \ a/J#aBfctwaa«f». I Capt. T, J. Rocb, R. Art, 

ia?r*rf«t,MajorW.B.Barkw.K.Art.iAnT.St ' „ rf . ,„.„, ( Surg .Mai orC.H.Y. God win iSNot.jS 



Small Anna Factory at Enfield, 
■af. Colonel H.T. Arhnthnot, R.Art.: Apr, So 

i Major IV. M'Cliutock, R. 
Art .July So 
Major II. Bond, R.Art. (£ir. 

Tor, Capt«n W, Hunter, B.. Art" 30 Oct! 78 

npowder Factory at Waltham Abbey. 

mt. Col. C. B. Brackenbury, R-Art . July to 

ialnaVal.Capt.II.S.S.Watkln.H Art.i July Si 



Royal Army Clothing Depot 
Director vf ClotMnf, George D. Ramsay. 
Auiitant Director. O. H. Sorehead. 



Continuation of Note* to Royal Satpitah, ^-c. 






s throughout the Earn 



Jma and Balaklava. siege and fall of Sebastopol, asss 
■nob and Yenikale (Medal with torse Clasps, 5th Was, 

ndian mutiny campaign in 1S5S-5Q, including the aotic 
ort Rooyah. action of AUhbiujb, attack and capture ol 
■, paetage of the liogr* at Pyiabad, attack and capture o 
La aar»ed in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55. lnclndini 

and sortie or 96th Oct. (Modal with Olups, and Turkish Modal) 






854-53, including the 

:i«h Modal). Served 
' Luoknow, 



r'of Shahjehsnpore. and, 

jf RamporeKnesiah (Medal with Ulaspl. 



isfa 



MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISHMENTS. 

Cavalry Depot at Canterbury. 



Commandant .-Edward Napier, 19 June 78 ; Cornet, 31 Dec. 57 ; Lt. 26 July 58 ; Capt. *i 5 Feb. 6t ; Major, '24 Mar. 69 ; 

*.^£'^ William Blenkinsop, h.p. 3 Dragon Guards, 7 Nov. 63. 

Adjutant.— Captain H. A. Case, 12 Lancers, 10 Nov. 80. 

Paymaster.— VI illiam Joseph Carden. 

Siding Jia$ter.— Thomas Henry Jones, 25 June 79. 

Quarter Matter. — Henry Woods, 1 23 Aug. 61 ; Hon. Captain 

Instructor of Musketry.— Lieut. Peter Marrow, 1 Dragoon Guards, 1 Feb. Si. 

» Caotain Woods served in the 3rd Light Dragoons the campaign of 1843 in Affghnnistnn (Medal), including 
the forciDir of the Khvber Pass. Served the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, including the battled of Moodkee, Fenae- 
shah and Sobraon (Medal and two Clasps). Also the Punjaub campaign of 1848-4?, including the afflur at Ram. 
nugg'ur, passage of the Chcnab, action of Sadoolapore, and battles of Chilhanwalluh and Goo^crut (Medal with two 
Clasps). 



Recruiting Staff. 

SUtion. PAYMASTERS. 

York _ 

London William S. Thorpe, Staff Paymaster, 1 Apr. 78. 

ENSIGN. 

AnJuxxNTS. I - - - - 

London 1 

Dublin ~ 

SurMiWTiirDiy g OrncBKs. 

London 

Liverpool ... 
Inverness... 
Cork 



LIEUT. 



CA.PTAIW. 



ADJT/EAXT. 



Army Pay Office. 



Paymaster General, Rt. Hon. Lord Wolverton. 
Assistant Pay matter General, J. P. Collier. 



Royal Hospital, Chelsea. 

Governor.— General Sir Patrick Grant, GCB, GCMG. 

Scafortb Highlanders (78 F.). 20 Feb. 74. 
Major <f Lt. Governor. —V(&. Colonel R. Wadeson, h.p. 

75 F. 26 March 8t. 
Adjutant. — Johr James ChaTlcB Irby, 1 7 Sept. 55 : En*. 

p i7 Jan. 51 ; It. 8 Oct. 54 ; Capt. 16 Jan.63 ; Hon. Major, 

20 Mar. 78. 
Secretary.— Major Gen. Geo. Hutt, CB. late of Bombay 

Army, 6 Mar. 65. 
Chaplain.— Rev. Sydney Clark, MA. h.p. 2 Fob. 78. 
Physician and Surgeon.— J. A. M'Munn,* MD. h.p. Staff 

Surgeon, 4 Nov.' 68. 
Deputy Surgeon. — Thomas Ligertwood, 3 MD. h.p. Staff 

Surgeon, :3 Jan. 69. 
Quarter Master.— William Barlow, 17 July 72. 



Royal Hospital, Kilmainham. 

Master. — The Commander of the Forces in Ireland. 

Joint Dev Master* $ Tbe Do P«t.v A(l J- Gen. »* Ireland. 
Joint Vep. Master*. ( ThoDcp . Q uart or Master Gen. do. 

Captain* on the Establishment. 

Captain George Crcsswell, h.p. TJnatt. 

Captain P. O'Callnghan, h.p. 13 F. 
Adjutant.— Capt. W. M'Gill,*h. p. 79 F. 13 Nov. 68. 
Physician and Surgeon. — William Carte,* 13 Aug. 58, 
Chaplain. — Ren. Georgo Hare. 

Secretary. Registrar, and Treasurer. — Langrishe F. Basks 
Quarter M aster.— Lieut. James Watson, 7 h.p. Mil. Trail* 
Solicitor.— S. Hobson.Esq. 



J.Vander H.Rees.h.p. 40 F. 
J. W. Dnniell. h. p. 101 F. 
Geo. Garland, h. p. 43 F. 
E.W.Humphry, h.p. K.Eng. 



Captain* of Invalids. 

Bt.Lt Colonel A.Green, h.p. 

Rifle Brigade. 
W. H. Warner, h.p. 101 F. 



Royal Victoria Hospital at Netley. 

Governor and Commandant. — Colonel Sir C. K. Pearson, 

CB. KCMG., h.p. 3 F. 5 May 80. 
Staff Capt. $ Assistant Commandant. — Colonel Wm. 

Roberts Farmar, 4 h.p. 75 Foot, 24 April 72. 
Adjutant.- -Bolton James Alfred Monsell, 6 May 74; 

Ens. 7 Sept. 58 ; Lieut. *2Q Oct. 6x ; Capt. p 20 Apr. 66 ; 

Bt. Major, 31 Dec. 78. 
Paymaster.— Henry Potter, 8taff Paym. 1 Apr. 78. 



Judge Advocate General's Office. 

Judge Advocate General of the United Kingdom, St. E0' > 

George Osborne Morgan, MP. ■ 

Deputy Judge Advocate General, J. C. 0*Dowd, Esq. ] 

Dsrmtu Judae iP-*- e - Mai. Gen. R. Carey, C2I. ...LondM 

A^lcate*.. Co1 - J - H - ***". h 'P- * » ***** 

' DflfeoS 

Office, 35, Great Georgo Street, Westminster. 



Military Prisons. 

Inspector General . — Col. Sir E.F. DuCane, KCB. RJfofi 
Inspector*.— W. F. Fagan, W. J. Stopford, H. Wakefbn, 

W. Morrish. 
Aldershot.—Gov., Col.W. H. C. Wcllesley, late of 10 Fodr 
Cork.— Gov., Major H. W. Campbell, late of 79 Foot. 

Med. Off., Surg. Major J. W. Johnston, MD. h.p. 
Dublin.— Gov., H. C. Talbot, late Captain 43 F. 

Med. Off., 
Gosport.—Gov., Capt. D. F. Allen, late of 17 Foot. 

Med. Off. 
GUncorse.— Chief Warder, J. Martin. 

Med. Off., 
Malta.— Gov., Lieut. Francis E. Kerr, late of Rkll 

Brigade. [Blue.— Facing* Bid. 



1 Major Irby served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, captured 
Balaklava, siege of Sebastopol, repulse of sortie on 26th Oct. 1855, and storming the Quarries on 7th June 185$- k 
severely wounded, left leg amputated (mentioned in despatches. Medal with threo Clasps, and Turkish Modal). 

3 Doctor J. A. M'Munn served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the siege of Sebastopol (Medal wA 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

* Doctor T. Ligertwood served throughout the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma (men- 
tioned in despatches) and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol i Medal with three Clasps, Knight of the Legion off 
Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

* Colonel W. R. Farmar served with the 50th Regiment in the Sutlej campaign in 1846, and was present at tb> 
affair of Buddiwal and action of Aliwal (Medal), at which last action he wrb severely wounded in the right thifb. " 
by a grape-shot while carrying the Queen's Colour. Served with the 82nd Regiment in the Indian campaign of 
1857-58, including the actions of Cawnpore on the 26th 27th and 28th November and 6th December, captors of 
Furteghur, action at Kankur, capture of Bareilly, relief of Shahjehanporo, and actions around. The ComptflJ 
under his command was mentioned in General Windham's despatch for its conduct on the 28th November in fl* 
capture of two 18 pounders (Medal, and Brevet, of Major). * 

7 Lieut. James Watson served in the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46 with the 50th Regiment, and was present at tkf •■ 
battles of Moodkee, Ferozeshah, Aliwal, and Sobraon — severely contused, bullet wound in the chest (Medal wfi*^ 
three Clasp*). Served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and InksrmsSt 
and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

[ For remainder of Notes see pre ceding***. 



List of Officers, now serving in tlie Army, who passed the Examination and received 
Certificates at the Senior Department, Royal Military College. 



Addison, Lt.General J. K. 

Alexander, Lt.Gen. Sir James Edward, CB. Dec. 1828. 
Bagot, Colonel Geo., h.p. Brigade Depot, Deo. 1856. 
Borton, General Sir Arthur, KCB. GCMQ. 1 W.I. It. 

Nov. 1830. 
Cameron, General Sir Duncan A. OCB. Dec. 1831. 
Cameron, Major General Wm. Gordon, CB. May 1853. 
Cox, Major General J. W. CB. Nov. 1847. 
Cranfield, Captain G. D. h.p. Unatt. 
Darling, LtCol. 8ydney, h.p. 9 F. May 185a. 
Doufia*, Gen. Sir Robert Percy, Bart. North Stafford- 

ahire Baft. (98 F.), Nov. 1834. 
VOjij, Major General J. W. Nov. 1847. 
■agar. Major General R. J. CB. May 1817. 
Edwards, General C.A. CB. Irish Regt. (18 F.), May 1835. 
Kwart, Lt-General J. A., CB. May 1845. 
George, Gen. F.D. CB. Yorkshire Regt. (76 F.), Nov. 1834. 
Gordon, Major General C. E. F. CB. Nov. 1844. 
Hackett, Colonel John, Unatt. Nov. 1851. 
Hardinge, Lt.General Hon. A. E. CB. May 1850. 
Hutchinson, Gen. W.N. Yorkshire R"gt.(33 F.), Nov. 1833. 
Jarvis, Colonel S. P. CMO. h.p. 82 F. May 1856. 



Johnston, General T.H.Berkshire Regt. (66 F.), June 1628, 
Longdcn, General H. E. CB. CSI. May 1842 
M'Cleverty, General W. A. Northamptonshire Regt. 

(48 F.), Dec. 1830. 
Macdonell, Lt. General Sir Alox. KCB. Nov. 1845. 
Macdougall, Lt.General Sir P. L. KCMQ. May 1842. 
Maclean, Colonel H. J. h.p. Riflo Brig. May 1853. [1833. 
Michel, Genera] Sir John, GCB. Irish Rifles (86 F.), Nov. 
Paterson, Bt.Lt. Colonel Wm. Unatt. Nov. 1855. 
Patterson, Major General W. T. L. May 1852. 
Peacocke, Major General G. J. Dec. 1856. [Deo. 1821. 
Cel Reed, General Sir Thomas, (7 CB. Essex Regt. (44 F.), 
Robertson, Major General A. C. CB. Nov. 1843. 
Rumley, Lt.Gen.R.Inniskilling Fusiliers^ F.), May 1833. 
Sankoy, General Wm. CB. Nov. 1852. 
Sawyer, Major General C. Nov. 1841. 
Smith, General M. W. CB. 20 Hussars, Nov. 1839. 
Stapylton, Major General G. G. C. May 1849. 
Stewart, Captain A. F. hj>. 36 F. Dec. 1857. 
Stratton, Major General W. A.., May 1850. 
Vacher, Colonel F. 8. h.p. 22 F. May 1853. 
Wilson, General T. M.Manchester Regt. (96 F.), May 1834. 



List of Officers, now serving, who have passed the Staff College. 



Passed, Deoember 1858. 

, Bt.Lt Colonel M., h.p. 97 F. 

Carey, Major General R., CB. 
Wilson, Colonel, Regimental District. 
Gamble, Major General D. J., CB. 

Fmri, Deetrabar 1869. 

Ifcu ee. Lt.Colonel A. C, CB. Suther- 
land Highlanders (91 F.) 

Twynam, Colonel P. A. A., h.p. East 
Yorkshire Regt (15 F.) 

Passed, December 1890. 

Warefl, Colonel A. H., Welsh Regt. 

Vtauding, Major General Hon W. H. A. 
•Grant, Lt.Colonel R., R. Engineers. 
Wflkineon, Assist. Com. Gen. H. J. 
Ifangle, Dep. Com. Gen. W. C. 
* Woolsey, Colonel O'B. B.. R. Art. 

Passed, December 1861. 

Ofeeagh-Osborne, Colonel C. O., h.p. 

Brigade Depot. 
Hattersby, Col. J. P. h.p. 60 F. 
Hall, Colonel T. E. A., h.D. 49 F. 
BCewart, Colonel R. C, CB. h.p. 2 F. 

Passed, December 1868. 

ington. Deputy Commissary 
General J. T. 
Seat, Colonel C. J., h.p. 57 F. 
Baker, Colonel Sir T. D., KCB. h.p. 
Irish Regt. (18 F.) 
"" , Colonel W. K., CB. h.p. 38 F. 
s,Lt. Colonel C, h.p. 3 F. 
Colonel C, CB. South York- 
_ shire Bert. ( 51 F.) 
[IpBen, Colonel W. W., Regimental 
District. 

s, Lt.Colonel T., h.p. 17 Lancers. 
, LtColonel W., CB. South Wales 

(S4 P.) 

Passed, Deoember 1868. 
Under the B*U$ of 1861. 

LLColonel A. L., Glouces- 
Inure Regt. (2$ F.) 
***, Colonel H. A., Oxford Lt. In- 
fcatry (43 F.) 
[•tffj, LfcCokmel W. L. K., King's 
loyal Rifles (60 F.) 



Buchanan, Major J. J. N., h.p. 5 
Dragoon Guards. 

Under the Rules of 1862. 

Law, Colonel F. T. A., CB. h.p.R.Art. 
Healy, Dep. Com. Gen. R.C. 



Arbuthnot,ColonelW.,h.p.T4Hussars. Brtm^, Major a^Bombay B.C. 



Passed, Deoember 1867. 

Hozier, Lt.Colonel J. W., 2 Drs. 

Prevost, Major L. De T., Sutherland 
Highlanders (93 F.) 

Griffiths, Major H. II., East Lan- 
cashire Regt. (59 F.) 



Passed, Deoember 1864. 

Goodenongh, Col. W. H., R. Art. 

Clive, Colonel E. 1L, Gr. Gds. 

Gilbard, Major G. J., h.p. 18 Hussars. 

YC Wood, Major General Sir H. E., 
KCB 

Bluniell, Colonel H.B. H., Gr. Gds. 

Fnwcett, Major J. H., Sutherland 
Highlanders. 

Knowlen, Colonel C. B., CB. Hamp- 
shire Regt. (67 F.) 

Passed, December 1865. 

MacGregor, Bt.Major H. G., Worces- 
tershire Regt. (29 F.) 

Suthcr, Maior C. O., R. M. Art. 

Robinson, Bt.Lt.Colonel C. W., Rifle 
Brigade. 

Yates, Maj.Gen. H. Peel, CB. R. Art. 

Knollys, Major H., R. Art. 

Maxwell, Bt.Lt.Colonel R. J., h.p. 
Manchester Regt. (96 F.) 

Shaw, Bt. Major W., Dublin Fusiliers 
(102 F.) 

Wvnen, Major A. G., Dorsetshire 
Regt. (39 F.) 



Pitman, Captain W., h.p. R. M. Art. 
Nelson, Captain W. F., R. Art. 
Prior, Bt.Lt.Colonel G. U., Leinster 

Regt. (zoo F.) 
Boyle, Major G.E., Rifle Brigade. 
Butler, Lt. Colonel H. T.,h.p. 13 Has. 
Moorsom, Major H. M., R. Art. 
Campbell, Lt.Colonel C, 7 Dr. Gds. 

Passed, Deoember 1868. 

Clarke, Major F. C. H., CMQ. R. Art. 
Holmes,MajorA. L'E. H., Bengal 8.C: 
Walker, Lt.Colonel A. L., Wiltshire 

Regt. (99 F.) 
Hollist, Major E. 0., R. Art. 
Gwynne, Lt.Colonel N.X., Manchester 

Regt. (63 F.) 
Crealock, Lt.Colonel J. N.,C£.Derby- 

shire Regt. (95 F.) 
Cary, Major L. F. B., Rifle Brigade. 
Flqwer, Major S. s Irish Rifles (86 F.) 



Passed, December 1866. 

Barker, Colonel G. D., h.p. 64 F. 

Oliver, Major J. R., R. Art. 

Lock, Colonel H., Inniskilling Fusi 

liers (108 F.) 
Gregson, Major L. 

Regt. (70 F.) 
Hatchell, Lt.Colonel G., King's 

Royal Rifles (60 F.) 
Knollys, Lt.Colonel W. W., h.p. 93 F. 
Middleton, Col. F. D., CB. h.p. 29 F. 
Farrington, Lt.Colonel H. D'0. f Black 

Watch (73 F.) 
Blundell, < Jolonel R. B. H. , 3 Hussars. 
Hood, Major W. C, West Surrey 

Regt. (2 1\) 



Passed, December 1869. 

Knight, Lt.( Jolonel W. H., h.p. 48 F. 
Boughey, Major J., Wiltshire Regt. 

(62 F.) 
Quill, Lt.Colonel A. S., h.p. R. Can. 

Rifles. 
Story, Major P. C, 8outh Lanca- 
shire Regt. (40 F.) 
Walsh, Captain C. H., h.p. 44 F. 
A., East Surrey .' Cooke, Major W. S., Cheshire Regt. 
' Tulloch, Major A. B., Welsh Regt. 

(69 F.) 
Y€ Cameron, Colonel A. S., King's 

Own Borderers (25 F.l 
Frankland, Lt.Colonel C, Dublin 

Fusiliers (103 F.) 
Blanckley, Colonel H. C. N., Royal 

Marines. 
Beaumont, Captain D, Army Pay Dep t. 
Chapman, Lt.Colonel E. V.,CB. R.Art. 



Passed the Final Examination without having gone through the College. 



List of Officers, now serving, who ftaue passed Hie Staff College. 



i*8i 

Passed, 

Xing, Captain C. 0., R. Max. Art. 

Bavile, Captain A. R., Irish Regt. 

Mitchell, Major IT. L., R. Art. 

Maori™, BtMajur J. F.. R. Art. 

Clary. Bt.Lt.Colonol <!. F., h.p. is P. 

Harrey, Major C. L„ Highland Lt. 
Inf. (71 Fj 

Tt Sttrtorius, Major E. H., East 
Lancashire Regt. (5$ F.) 

Little, Lt.ColonolH. A., Bonsai B.C. 

Anatmther, Major R. H. L., Rifle- 
Brigade. 

Refit. <■' 



sr™ 



L H. 



\* In thc/o 
hich the 001 



idlcinlly notified s 
bat, the Order of Merit in which 
Officers have passed out of the Stuff 

contention tiy tivun in the. Order of 
Merit in which thoy passed into the 
Staff College. 

Passed, Decembor 1BT1. 
RoborU, L'n plain F.. R. Artillery. 
Necdhaui, ('upturn J L., K. .Mar. Art. 
H^„«i,n 1.- i;uLii I ion"i.H..iOLjinr 1 'i-H. 
sin H. 11.. South Walt's 



-drown. Captain J. 

Regt. I" P) 
rooke, Major C. K., 

Rent, (i "• 



array. 1)1. Mnj.i 

shire Rent. (6. 

■ oopor, Major I 

Rent. Uj F.) 



V. W., Glonceater- 



i, Major W. F.M., R.Art 

id, December 1ST*. 



Jones, Captain D. F., R. Art 
Ford, Major H. I. E-. R- Art. 
Smith, Captain W. W. M., R. Art. 

Hilrlyafd. Captain H.J.T., Highland 

Lt Infantry {?• F.) 
Rosa of Bladonabnrg , Lieut J. F.O., 

Coldstream Guarde. 
Daniel, Captain W.H., BaM Yorkshire 

Reel, (tj F.J 
JarviB.BVMajorE 

Regt. (67 F.) 

landera (75 F.) 
— ■ --- UtMnjorB.R.P.,I*Jie»i 
UF-) 






Hlga- 



pey. Captain A, G., 



Moffat, 
Jones, Bt.Lt.cl 



clH. T„ 1 



Hitchcock, CaptBinT. 1;., Shropshire 
Taylor,' Major G. L. Le M., Bedford- 

snay. Captain E. J., Submi 

Regt. (3; F.) 
Wood, HL Major ifts. H. J. L., h.p. is 

Lnm 
tlstacro, Major W. F., Middlesex 

"--t.(f7F.l ^ .— 

hni-ord, Major E. J., Lancaster Keg*, -pr Ball, Captain 
(4 F.) v-.... rn \i„,.. r 

Iciislup, 



ilnj'ir II. L., East 1 



Hart, Major A. FitsRoy, Boat Surrey 

Regt. lii F.) 
Hanunick. Major Bt. V, A., Oxford 

Uiibl Infantry I43 F.) 
deMontuiorenry, Major R. O., Irish 

Rifles (S3 F.| 
"* ™-'-, Major T. S., Berkshire 



Ilegt. Ml V 
Bo vie, Major 
MiWr, S- ! - 



England. L'.Colonol E. L., Somerset 

GoHct. JU. Lt. Colonel M. W. E., Dor 

sotshire Rogt. (jj, F) 
Banbury, Major C. H., Connanghi, 

Hall, Captain B. G., R. Marine 
Button, Major .T. W. F., lnniBfciMug 

Brickenden, Captain R. H. L., Black 

Wntch (43 F.) 
Graham, Major F.W., Dublin Fusi- 

lien lien F.) 

Dug-dale. Captain A. 8.. R. Art. 
Hill,MJUur!t.,Dorsol8hircRegt.(35F.i 
Dooner, Major W. T., InnisklHinD 

FuolLiers (108 F.) 
Collon, ULCnptain E. H. H., Bengal 

SUIT Corps (tw«d i-l« tkt ColUg.. 



! ter Regt. U F.) 
ilarv. Captnin W. A. II., R. Eng. Qoldetnid, Captain A. E.W.,eI 

.l-dKirri, Mnj.r.l. C. ('II. R. Bug. Fusiliers (104 F.) 

Inwkins, captain G. W., R. Art. Mortson, Major F. da L-, I 

(Talker, Captain A. U.K. Art | Regt (1 f.) 

I'ratt. Captain 8. ('., R. Art. | Carmichael, Major L. H., 3 Lu 

Ireek, Major K. S.. WoWh Fusiliem. ■ UiLiflicx-Haltott, Captain, ltU 
ilBlnroyc, 0upt.A.,F.sF.oiBcirt.i5l.F.) Regt. ( i7 F.) 

" - "' " "' — ■ u '-" Coohran, Major F,, Hompehin 

Auld, Capt. J., Northninb 



, R. Artillery. 
. S., K.Enguiean. 
. N. G., Seaforta 



ihjK'.K., R. Eni- 






R. Artillery. 
Ro'tDwell'.Captaiu J. 8,, R. Artillerj. 



Rhwos, Captain W 

Ounur, Major E. 

BcgLlsTv.) . 



neUlo*. K.,-Jr.Cd( 



lames, Captain F. 
Brown rigg. Major 
OrT.MajorS.E.h. 



k Regt. 



Kelly Ken uy, Lt.Colonel T„ West ■ 

Surrey Rcgt.(iF.) 
Blias, Captain R., Kant Lane 

Regt. (so FO 



.._ _.J H. T., Weat Kens 

Wa^n, Captain H. J., it Bmaara. 

B**ratt, MujorW.^Weat Riding Baft, 
Luttmon -John son, Major F-, Tort 

and Lancaster Regt. (6; F.) 
Rejnolds. Major H. C, Darhop 

Light Infantry (100 F.) 
Fergusson, Captain J. A., BMa Brut 
Miles, Major H.S.G., Monster Fn* 



Carey, Captain J. 
shire Regt foB 
Morgan, Captain 
Dv'kTlUior'F U hutoF 1 htewart,BtLtColonelH., J Dr.Odi. 

■a*hfre'R-gt. 



Regt 

1:1cm. Major A., Lincolnshire Rogt 
Wanlroper. Major E. , Susses Regt. 
Mallock, Captain T. J. R., City of 

Eardley-Wilnfot, MojorW. A., North- 
umberland Fusiliers ( S F.) 
■Harrison, Colontl R., CB. R. Eng. 
• Hamilton, Major A. 13., R. Eng. 



on. Major A.M 

Regt ((6 F.l 

R-gt. (-.oF.) 1 "' "™* '*' 

Lloyd, Captain *. H., B. Artillery. 

Pasisd, Baeembar 117a. 

Grove, Major 0.. Boat Yorkshire 

Rogt. (15 F.) 
Lcveraon.Lt. J. J.. R. Engineera. 

Biles. Captain E. R., R. Artillery, 
.locelyn, Capt. J. R. J, R. Artillery. 
" Captain " = 



GroTor, Major G. K„ r! Eng. " | «"« ('3 F.l 

Brnnker, Major H, M. s.. Came- 1 Hayahe, Dep. Asaiet. Com.Gon.B. 



Molvnei 
Regt. t!' 

DEli'_vinph>. 



.'oIodoI G. K., Dorham I. 
ilt.Moj.W. C. F.,Cheshii 



irshcad, Captain A 
Vales Borderers I u 
Caualand. Major M. 



;. A., R. An 
_ A., South 

'! H-, B. An 



._,. Captain 
Regt (stF.) 

■ingor. Captain F..WelsbFnBilieia. 

""-rk. Captain A. J. 0-, Beota 



("■roTuiilicrGnarue. 
Lynch, Major E. J., The Ruffs (i F.) . Pollock, 
U'iliicv, Ciipt.K.C.Jri(liKog(.(iSF) Fu,lliei . 
Murrnv JI»jor K. It Iri~h r'uaiiiern Glasgow, Captain J. C. R., BnBbft 
Morgan Major A B Horfolk Rert ' Regt. (n F.) 
Maranau Catitain t. Lnnoashiro ■ Biokford, Captain W.G.T..R. M. Art 

Fusiliers IsoF ) I Fnnsonby, Dep. Assist. Oom.Gen. J. G, 

Carrio,MajorA.D.,WBlshReBtUi F.) | >"a»h. Captain B„ Basel Rogt.ho F.l 
Du Verne 1 Lieut f T Kssei llegt I ' 'raiiric. l.aptain J. H. S., Highlaai 
K.aM, CtpuiiTi II;:.. W. t\, Sutber- ' L iR ht Inl»i,try (;, F.I 

btnd Highlanders (oj F.) I Norton. Captain C. W„ j Lancers. 



dlesoi Rogt. |7; F.) " 

■'■•tu'.v, Cajilaiu E. C, Irish FosLliers. : Mitchell. Lieut. H., "R. Kun:. 



List of Officers, now serving, who have passed the Staff College. 



I2%d 



o. Captain H. D., B. Art. 
i„ Opt. F. W., 17 Lancers. 

c, Lieut. G. P., Nortnampton- 
> Regt. (4* P.) 

d, Capt. C. J. R., Bengal S. 0. 
y, Lieut. F. W., Scots Guards, 
k, Lieut. G. M., Devonshire 
;.(nF.) 

e, Captain J. T., 20 Hussars. 

, Lient. W. A., Oxford Light 

itry (52 P.) 

cm. Major A. J., Yorkshire 

- («9 F) 

Captain H. T. W., Duke of 
twall's Light Infantry (46 P.) 
on. Captain C. F., 7 Hussars. 
fct, Capt. T., Essex Regt. (56 F.) 
jr. Captain J. W., King's Own 
lerers (25 P.) 

nden, Captain H. H. v R. Art. 
ttiintothe College with the pre- 
f Class). 



Jeffreys, Major P. D., Connaught Daniel, Captain de C, B. Artillery. 

Rangers (88 F.) (passed into the Col- Noble, Capt. B. J. W., B. M. Artillery. 

Isge with the preceding Close). Lloyd, Capt. E., Bengal Staff Corps. 

Doyle, Captain F. G., 2 Dr. Gds. (do.) Johnson, Capt. R. F., B. Artillery. 

3pence,Major J., Dublin Fusiliers {do.) Hughes, Captain P. J., Scottish 



• Jones, Lt. Colonel H. H., R. Eng. 
♦Fraser, Bt Major Thomas, R. Eng. 
•Watson, Captain C. M., R. Eng. 
•U6 Hart, Capt. Reginald 0., R. Eng. 
•Roch, Captain T. J., R. Art. 

Passed, Osoembtr 1881. 

Peacocke, Captain W., R. Eng. 

Legord, Captain J. D., B. Art. 

Barton, Major G., City of London 
Regt. (7 F.) 

Morris, Major A. W., Northampton- 
shire Regt. (58 F.) 

Hntton, Captain E. T. H., King's 
Royal Rifles (60 F.) 

Green, Captain A. O., R. Engineers. 



Rifles (26 F.) 
Tidy, Major F. J., Leinster Regt. 

(100 F.) 
Groves. Captain E. A. W. S., West 

Kent Regt. (y> F.) 
Routh, Captain W. R. t Suffolk Regt. 

(» F.) 
Herbert, Capt. I. J. C, Grenadier Gds. 
Pigott, Captain J. C. M., Berkshire 

Regt. (66 F.) 
Haly, Major B. H. O'G., York and 

Lancaster Regt. (84 F.) 
Teatherd, Captain E. W., Lancaster 

Begt. (4 F.) 
Dawson, Lieut. D. F, R., Coldstream 

Gaards. 



Murray, Captain J. W., R. Artillery. Cutbill, Major H. D* A., Irish Rifles. 

the Final Bxamination without having gone through the College; these Officers are bare placed In 
€ Army Rank. 



130 Her Majesty's Body Guard of the 

Honourable Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms, 

The Body Guard of the Sovereign on all Public and State occasions. 

(ESTABLISHKD IK THE YEAS 1509.) 

Captain Biph' Hon. Charles Robert, Lord Carrington, 27 June Si. 

Lieutenant Sir Gustavus Hume, 1 Knt. lato Ht.Lt.Col. Unatt., ao JNov. 78. 

Standard Bearer Wm. O'Bryen Taylor, 10 late Major 22 F.i Jan. 76. 

Gk»TLEMK!C-AT-ABM8. 

Edward Goodwin, late Major Cambridge Militia '22 Jnne 49 John Glos Sandcnian,* 5 late Captain 1 Dw.... iS Jane 69 

Staple ton Charles Cotton p i6 Oct. 49 iRolwrt Edw. Henry.* late Brev- Lt.Col. 20 P.. 20 Jnly » 

Edward Sutherland, late Brevet Major 7 P ..26 Feb. 52 Clia. Edwyn Wyatt.* 7 late Bt. Major 8 Hns*ai> 20 Jnly 69 
Fra. C. Wernyss, H«»n Lt.Colonel 1 Bn. H'est ) '. .v, w ,- 'Arthur Campbell- Walker,** late Capraiu 70 

Biding Beat. ( 6 West York Militia) < Ij * °° ' F. Adjutant 1 ll*rtford*\ir* B\fl* Volunteers 20 July 69 

Griffin Nicholas, Hon. Major r. f. p. 5 F 16 July *i Francis Pavy* Into Captain 74 F 20 July «f 

T. B. Mortimer, lato Prevet Lt.Colonel Unntt. 22 July 61 Wulti.r Clopton Wiugiield. 81 late Major Mont- 

Henry Hanliuge, 7 late Lt.Col. Rifle Brigade .... 3 Feb. 63 gotnerg Yeomanry Caoulry =2Apr.p 

Bevil Granville, 8 late Brevet Major 23 V.Adjn-- kYC John Grant Malcoiiuson,** late Lieut. 3 

tant 2 Herts Biff Volunteer* ! 9 Sept. 63 I Bombay Cavalry asMavj© 

Stanhope Leonard Douglas Willan,»late Cap-! John Hampden Waller." late Liout. 28 F 24 An*. 70 

tain 2F I 80ct. 63 Win.Chester Master, CB.** late Colonel a8F.- 31 Oct. 70 

Paget John Bonrke, 10 late Captain 11 F ! 25 Apr. 64 Theodore WilliamR. 3i late Lieut. 10 Hussar*...] 6 Mar. 71 

Henry Jobling Wallack. 13 late Captain 77 P.... 1 17 Dec. 64 Horatio Pago Vawe^latc Brev« t Lt.C0l.38F.! 27 Feb, 74 
John Henry Lowndes. 1 * lute Lt.Colonel 'i F. ... 17 Dec. 64 Edward Andrew Nocl, w lateCiiptain 31 Foot 19 Mar. 75 
John Wvirond Clarke, 14 late Captain ioHus... 8 Mar. 6 s MontaguJno.Hattye. 4l late Maior Indian Army 13 Apr. 73 
Y€ Fred. Robertson Aikman," Captain h. p. Shadwell H. Clerke.« Colonel hve 21 F ' :6 Apr. 75 

Bengal Inf., Lt.Col. Commandant 4 Bn. Mid- Reynold Alleync Clement, lute C*pt. 08 Foot 1 Apr. 76 

dlesex Begt. t£. Middlesex Militia) 13 May 65 Charles Cooch," Lt. Col. retired pay i 14 Mar. 77 

James Herbert Freme, 16 late Captain 79 F. Edwnid Brown,* 5 Colonel, r.f p. 101 F ; 1 July 77 

Lt.Col jnel 1 Shropthire Bifle Volunteers 19 July 6$ »*eo. Her ry Poeklington,* 6 ?ate Lt C«»I. 18 F... 1 Jnly 77 

Wm. Cuninghame Cuninghame," late Cap- . Henry Brackenbury. 1 " late Major Depot Batt. , 8>"ar.j7 

tain 79 F ■ i8Aug.fc7. Francis Cunr.inghom Scott, 4 * CB. late Colonel 



Richard George Ellison,** late Ma : or 47 F. 
John ( 'ha. D. Morrison."* late Col. R.Marincs 
Jas. Ainslic Stewart,* 4 late Colonel R. Mar. .., 



15 Feb. 6B 42 F 28 Dee. 7S 

3c Mar. 09 James Hornby Buller, 43 lato Colonel Military 
4 June fiy ' Train \ 22SIar.l1 



Clerk of the Cheqte and Adjutant.— Philip Limborch Tillbrook. 8 ? late Major Unatt.. 13 Dec. 78. 
Sub Officer.— Lt.Colonel J. G. Sandcninn,** late Captain 1 Drs. 24 Feb. 74. 
Scarlet— Facings Blue Velvet. | Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 

1 Sir Gustavus Hume served with the 38th Heart, the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, and wa* present at thetatb 
of Alma, bicge and tall of Sebastopol, was Aide de Camp to Sir John Campbell on the expedition to Kertch,ft*i 
assault of the Redan on the 18th Juno, in which the Major General was killed; was D.A.A.G. 3rd Division ttm 
July 1855 (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Maior, Knight or the Legion of Honoi, sch Cuvis of %be Medjife 
and Turkish Medal). Served in India with the 36th from i?th Nov. 1857 to 9th August 1858; was present alAl 
siege and capture of Luckuow, and with Grant's Division during the summer campaign in Oude. including MffOl 
minor affairs (Medal with Clasp). 

7 Lt.Colonel Hardin ge served with the Rifle Brigade in the Kaffir war of 1846-47 ; and in that of 1852-53 QledlQ. 
Also in the expedition against the insurgent Boers N.E. of the Great Orange River in Aug. io 4 C, when he wis 
present and slightly wounded in the action at Bocm Plant*. Served the Eastern campaign of 1854. including iH 
battles of Alma and Iukerman, and bicge of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of IM 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

8 Major Granville served with the 23rd Fusiliers in the Eastern campaign of 1854. including the battles of Aim 
and Tnkcrman, and siejyc of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasp*, and Turkish Medal). Joined Lord Clyde'* Aral 
before Luckuow on 14th Nov. iHs?, and was at the relief of the garrison ; also at the defeat of the Gwalior Contil" 
gent at Cawnpore on 6th December, and at the fall of Lucknowin Mar. 1358 (Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasp)* 

9 Captain Willan landed in the Crimea on 30th June 1855 witn tne '3 tn * J ilF ut Infantry, and was present tttkl 
battlo of the Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

10 Captain Bourke served with the Cape Mounted Rifles in the Katlir war of 1850-51 (Medal); and in 1852-53 i> 
the Orange River Territory, where he commanded several successful patrols. 

w Lt.Colonel Lowndes served with the 47th Regt. throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, includingtk* 
battles of Alma and Tnkcrinan. capture of Bulaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol, sortie of 26th Oct.. and stormis! 
the Quarries on 7U1 June— severely wounded (Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Knight* 
the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, ami 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

u Captain Wallack served with the oth Retrt. throughout tne Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, and was present at til 
battles of Moodkce, Ferozeshah. and Sobra; n (Medal and two Clasps). 

14 Captain Clarke served with the 10th Hussars in the Crimean campaign from 17th April 1855, including the BCfl 
and fall of Sebastopol, capture of Tchorgnum, battle of the Tchernaya where he commanded a squadron in •upptn 
of a troop of Horse Artillery, and an affair with the Cossacks near Kertch (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish MeaJ). 

14 Lt.Colonel Aikman served eighteen years in the Bengal Army, including the 8utlei campaign of 1845-46. til 
present nt the batth* of Sobraon (Medal). Punjaub campaign of" 1848-49 (Medal), with General Wheeler's Tim 
Force. Indian Mutiny campaigns of 1857-58. including the siege and capture of Delhi, action of Bolundshnr, SM 
siege of Lncknow (Medal with two Clasps), and was awarded the Victoria Cross for having, when commanding £• 
3rd Sikh Cavalry on the advanced picquct, with 100 of his men. attacked and utterly routed a body of 500 refc* 
infantry, 200 horse, and 7 guns, cutting up more than 100 men, capturing the two guns, and driving the survival 
enemy into and over the Goomtee. This feat was performed nnder every disadvantage of broken ground Sli 

J martially under the flanking Are of an adjoining fort. On this occasion he' received a severe sabre wound in vl 
ace in a personal encounter with several of the enemy, the effects of which compelled him to retire on half nay. 

16 Lt.Colonel Freme served the Eastern campaign of 1854 and up to 9th Feb. 1855 with the 70th Highlandotj 
including the battles of Alma and Balaklava. and niege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, ar.d Turkish MeibL 

18 Colonel Morrison was present when the bntteries of Ohligado in the Ri7er Parana were attacked and cnrris% 
20th Nov. 1845. Served ou the China expedition of 1857-59, including the blockade of the Canton river, thelandnf 
before, storm and capture of the city. Served as Provost Marshal to the expedition, and afterward* as D.AJ* 
General to the Army in garrison at Canton (Brevet of Major). Served the campaign in the north of China in iMsa 
including the action of Sinho, taking of Tongoo. storm and capture of the North Takoo fort (mentioned in *• 
spatches), and subsequent operations (Medal with three C'asps, and Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 

19 Maior Taylor served with the iRth Royal Irish in the Burmese war of 1852-53 (Medal with Clasp forPegijb 
Also in the Crimea from 30th Dec. 1854. ineludinir the siccre and fall of Sebastopol and assault or the iSth Jan*" 
slightly wounded (Medal'with Clasp. Turkish Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Also in India during the utIV 
part of the Mutiny of 1857-58, and served for many months with a field force in the Dec-can. 

*' Captain Cuninghame served with the 79th Highlanders in the Crimean campaign of T854 up to 26th Not., M* 
also from Jan to 9th Feb. 1855, including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal wflfc 
th'oe Clasps, ar.d Turkish Medal). 

'* Maior Ellison served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 in the 47th Regt., including the battles of Alms aw 
JnVe rran niptnre of Balaklava, siege of Sebastopol, and sortie on 26th Oct. (Medal with three Clasps, Sardialia 
Mud Tnrkiah Medals, and 5th Class of tho Medjidie). 



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)l Stewart served throughout the campaign in Syria in 1840, — at the Camp at D'Jouni as Acting Engineer, 
md capture of Sidon, surrender of Beyrout, bombiirdincnt and capture of St. Jean d'Acro (War Medal 
. and Turkish Medal). Served also on the Wont Coat»t of Africa from 1841 to 1844 ; commanded a de- 
f Marine^ at- the destruction of several Barracoons in 1842 and liberated 1,200 slaves a tKahenda, Anibris, 
'., Ln&ugo, Puuta dn Liuha, 25 miles up the river Congo ; and a second time at Kat>enda, three miles 
dn he was attacked by a much superior force, and after liberating ihe slaves and destroying tho barra- 
tcd a Hafe retreat to the beach with three men mortally wounded, closely pressed by a largo force 
iricans (memioncd in despntches). Sorved with the battalion of' Royal Marines sent to Japan from 1864 
I was present at. the bombardment of the batteries at the Straits of Simonosaki, the entrance of the 
of Japan, on the 5th and 6th Sept. 1864. 

onel Sandeuian served with the ist Royal Dragoons in the Crimean campaign from the 6th Oct. 1854, 
eaent at the battles of Balaklava, Inkerman and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with 
>s, and Turkish Medal). 

'uel Henry served in tho 86th Regt. with tho Malwa, Nerbudda, and Central India Field Force in 1857-58, 
e«s nt at the siege and capture of Dhar, actions of Mundesoor and Goodaroa, siege storm and capture of 
and a. so of the fort and town of Jhansi, battles of Betwa and Koonch, actions at and in front of Caipee, 
iwlowlee, capture of Calpec, battle of Morar, actions of the 16th and 10th June, and capture of the town 
1 of U>va1ior, acted as Aide de Camp to Brigadier Stuart in most of the latter engagements (Medal .with 
times mentioned in despatches, and Brevet of Major). 

Wyatt served with the 14th Light Dragoons in the Persian expedition of 1857 (Medal with Clasp). Also 
rel India Field Force under Sir Hugh Rose in 1858 and was present at the siege and capture of Rahutghur, 
iarodiu, relief of Saugor, capture of Gurrakota, forcing tho Muddunpore Pass, siege and capture of 
dal with Clasp). 

n Campbell- Walker served in the 79th Highlanders in the Crimea subsequent to tho fall of Sebastopol, 
kfari:h 1856 to the end of the Russian War. Served also throughout the Indian campaign in 1858-59 as 
dim to Brigadier Douglas, including ttie operations across the Goomtee, sioge aud capture of Luoknow, " 
uent operations on the March to tho relief of Azimghur (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). 
n Pavy served with the 74th Highlanders in the Indian Mutiny campaign in 1858, and was present at the 
capture of Capaul (Medal). 

Wmgncld served with the ist Dragoon Guards throughout the campaign of i860 in China, and was pre- 
fall if the Taku Forts, and enguged in the action of Sinho, also those of tho 18th and aist September, 
d the Cavalry force sent to Tnngchon with Mr. Wade to demand the giving up of the prisoners on the 
iilwr. and present at the snrrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

:iant Molcolmson served in the 3rd Bo.nbay Light Cavalry with the Persian Expeditionary Force in 
'lading the assault and capture of Reshi**e, surrender of Bushire, expedition to Borazjoou, and action of 
[Medal with Clasp, and Victoria Cross). Served also with the Central India Field Force, including the 
iirhur and fall of Calpec (Medal with Clasp). 

illtr served in the Onde campaign in 1858, including the capture of tho fort of Kaili (Medal). 
I Master commanded the 5th Fusiliers at the relief of Lucknow in Nov. 1857, and sorved with it in 
'oreu at tho Alum Bagh in all the operations of the succeeding months, and commanded the Regt. at the 
Li'cknow, as also throughout the Oudo campaign of 1858-50, including the action of Dounderkeira and 
, and capture of the Fort of Oomerea (several times mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with Clasp, and a 
icet. 

Williams served with the 10th Hussars in the Crimea from the 6th July to the ist October 1855, including 
nd fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

P. L. Tillbrook served with tho 50th Regiment in tbe Crimeu from the 22nd August 1855, including tho 
all of Sebastopol (Modal with Clasp, and Tnrkish Medal). 

'.nel H. p . Vance served with the 38th Regiment in the Crimea from January to tho 15th April 1855, in 
'siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Also in the Indian campnign from Nov. 
nw present at the storm and capture of Meeangungo, siege and captaro of Lucknow, affairs of Barree 
t (B»"evpt o f Major, Medal with Clafp), 

n So#»l -ervod with the 31st Regiment throughout the Rutlej Campaign of 1845-46, and was present at 
of Moodkec, Ferozeshah, Buddiwal, Aliwal, and SoM-aon (Medal and three Clasps). 
M J. Battye was present with the field force under Brigadier England in all its operations on its second 
1 and ri.-t.urn from Kandahar in 1841-42. Also with Colonel Wymer's Brigade in the Urghundaub valley, 
the battle of Hyderabad (Medal). Joined his regiment (the 21st) at the commencement of the outbreak 
hern Knnkan. * Served on General Outram's t-taff with tho Liuht Field Force inSawunt Warree. Present 
e an 'I nc-'upat-itm ° r Munohur and Munsontosh. Engaged with the advanced guard at Golior, 21st 
ind at Moolis 6th February — horse shot under him. 

mel S. H. Clorko served with tbe 21st Fusiliers in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including tho^bat tie of 
innd full of Sebastopol, attack of tho Redan on the x8th Juna, where he commanded tho scaling-ladder 
vas mentioned in despatches ; served as Adjutant at the fall of Sebastopol and expedition to Kinboum 
Mwo Clasps. Sardinian and Turk : sh Medals). 

oncl Cooch served with the 62nd Regiment in the Crimea from 12th Nov. 1854, including tho siege and 
t*npol and the sorties of the 5th oth and 10th May, defence of the Quarries 7th June, assaults of tho 
the 1 8th June (in command of the Wool-bag party of his regiment) and 8th September (mentioned in 
. Brevet of Major, Modal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion ot Honor, 5th Class of tho Medjidie, Sardinian 
h Mela's). Appointed Town Major in Sebastopol immediately after its fall for his services during tho 
inal assault. 

'I K Brown served throughout the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, including the battles of Ferozeshah and 
dedal and Clasp). Burmese war of 1852-53, including the recapture of Pegu on 21st Nov., relief of its 
n 14th Dec., and operations in the vicinity (Medal with Clasp for Pegu). Suppression of the Indian 
Mu'tiu? the battle of Budleekeserai, siege of Delhi and assault of tho Eedgate, wounded in five places, in 
•ously 1 Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 8ervedin the Indian N.W. Frontier war of 1863, and wae 
the attack and capture of the Conical Hill and Umbeyla (Clasp). 

mel G, tt. Pockhngton served with the 18th Roval Irish in the Burmese campaign of 1853-53 (Medal 
for Pegu 1. Served also in the Crimea from ist June 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and 
le i8rh Juno (Medal with Clasp, and Tnrkish Medal). 

Bracken bury served with the6ist Regiment in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, and was present at the 
xn'erat, and with the Field Force in pursuit of the enemy to the Khyber Pass in February and March 
I with Clasp) Present with the expedition to tbe Euzofzie Country and at the attnek and capture ot 
'Mages ou. ihe zxthand 14th Dec. 1849 (Modal with Clasp). Served with the rank of Captain with the 
ntinevnt and performed duty as an Engineer Officer in the Crimea in 1855-56 (Turkish Medal). 
>ncl Scott served with the 42nd Highlanders throughout tho Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the 
Ima and Balaklava, expedition to Kertch and Yenikale, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with threo 
Class of Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served also the campaign of 1857-58 against tho mutineers in 
iiding the actions at Cawnpore (6th Dec. 1857), Seraighat, Khodagnnj. Shumsabad, siege and fall ot 
nd assault of the Martiniere and Banks' Bungalow, attack on the Fort of Rooyah, action at Allygungo, 
capture of Bareilly (Medal with Clasp). Embarked for the Gold Coast with the 42nd Highlanders and 
ugbont the second phase of tho Ashanti war in 1874. Was present nt the battle of Amoaful ; commanded 
at nt the capture and destruction of Becquah (mentioned in Sir A. Alison's report to Sir Garnet Wolsoley 
lad the particular direction of the withdrawal of the Rear Guard), battle of Ordahsu (slight wound of 
nd capture of Coomassio, and with tho 42nd formed the Rear Guard during the burning of the city, and 
jty's march until the arrival of the Forces at the Adansi Hills (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
CB., Medal with Clasp). 

1 Bnller served with tho 57th Regiment in the Eastern campaign of i3s*, and -wa& not? wnw^Yj 
1 the tranches before Sebastopol, and again whilst being carried back to the camp Qta&aX itV&LCfca*?* 
a Medal). 



13 2 Teomen of the Guard. 

Her Majesty* $ Body Guard. 
(IvmrunD by Hxvbt VII. nr thi Yiae 1485.) 

Captain Wm. John, Lard Monson, 3 May 80. 

Lieutenant Lt. Colonel 8ir Arthur Need, 1 lato of 14 Hussars, 11 Feb. 70. 

Eneign Colonel Hon. William James Colville,* late of Rifle Brigade, 11 Feb. 70. 

Exovs. 
Lt. Colonel Charles Doyle Patterson,* late of 10 Foot, 13 Fob. 63. 
Captain Francis Brockman Morley, 5 late of 40 Foot, 24 Oct. 68. 
Colonel Henry Hume, 6 CB. late of Grenadier Guards, 22 Nov. 73. 
Lt. Colonel Francis Baring,* late of Scot* Guards. 
Clerk of the Cheque and Adjutant.— Lt. Colonel Wm. Griffin Sutton,? r. f. p. Cavalry Depot, 9 Jan. 62. 

140 Yeomen. 
Aaente. — Messrs. Cox and Co. 
1 Sir Arthur Need served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49 as Aide de Camp to General Whish, and was present 
during the whole of the siege operations against and capture of Mooltan, and action of Soorjkoond ; was also 
present at the surrender of the Fort and garrison of Cheniote, and battle of Goojerat (twice mentioned in despatches 
Medal with two Clasps). Served in the 14th Light Dragoons in the Persian expedition of 1857 (Medal with Clasp). 
Also with the Central India field force under Sir Hugh Rose in 1857-58, and was present at the siege and capture 
of Rahutghur, relief of Saugor, capture of Garrakota and pursuit of the rebels across the Beas (specially men- 
tioned in despatches), forcing the Mud den pore Pass (horse wounded), battle of the Betwa (horse wounded, and 
specially mentioned in despatches— life saved by Lieut James Leith, for which the Victoria Cross was awarded to 
him), siege and capture of the town and Fortress of Jhansi, battle of Koonch, affairs during the advance on (alpet 
and action of Golowlee, capture of Calpee and pursuit (mentioned in despatches), action of Morar, action resulting 
in the recapture of the town and Fort of Gwalior. Served under Sir Robert Napier in 1857-58 in the pursuit of the 
rebels under Ferozeshah, action of Ranode (horse wounded), and pursuit of Tantia Topee (mentioned in despatches, 
Brevets of Major and Lt. Colon el, Medal with Clasp). 

* Colonel the Hon. William Colville served with the Rifle Brigade in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including 
the battle of Alma, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion 
of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

* Lt.Colonel Patterson served with the 10th Regt. in the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, including the battle of Sobraon 
(Medal). Also the Punjaub campaign of 1848-40, including the whole of the siege operations before Mooltan, action 
of Soorjkhoond, carrying the heights before Mooltan, capture of the Dowlut Gate in command of the storming 
party, surrender of the fortress, and battle of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Commanded three companies of 
the 10th Regt. in Shahabad with Major Eyre's field force at Dilawur, and capture of Jugdespore, and was mentioned 
in despatches for his gallantry (Brevet or Maior, and Medal). 

* Captain Morley served under Sir Charles Napier during the operations in Scinde in 1842. Served with the 40th 
Regt. in the Gwalior campaign, and was present at the battle of Maharajpore, 29th Dec. 1843 (Bronze Star). 

* Colonel Hume served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 95th Regt. including the battles of the Alms 
(wounded, horse killed under him, and mentioned in despatches) and Inkerman (severely wounded— shot throngs 
the thigh), siege and fall of Sebastopol, and sortie of 26th October in command of the Regiment ; he succeeded 
to the command of the Regiment at Inkerman, and received the Brevet of Lt.Colonel (Medal with three Clasps, 
CB. t Knight of the Legion of Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Was recommended for the 
Victoria Cross by Lt. General Sir De Lacy Evans for " an act of special and useful valour at an important moment 
at the battle of the Alma in having seized a Colour and led over the bridge, the officers previously bearing it 
having been struck down by the enemy's flro." 

? Lt.Colonel Sutton has received the 4th Class of the Medjidie and the Turkish Medal, for services with the 1st* 
Turkish Contingent. 

* Lt.Colonel Baring served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the Scots Fusilier Guards, including 
the battlesof Alma. Balaklava, and Inkerman (wounded), siege and fall of 8ebastopol, and sortie on the 26th Oct, 
wounded by grape-shot in the Trenches (Medal with four Clasps, Brevot of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 
5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Modal). 

Military Knights of Windsor. 



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Major Rollo Gillespie Burslem, late of 13 F. (Governor). 

9 Captain Francis Gee, Unatt. 

Colonel Paris Wm. Aug. Bradshaw, lato Unattached. 

Lt.Colonel Joseph 8anderson, r.f.p. 1 F. 

Lt.Colonel Fred. Percy Lea, late Unattached. 

Captain Wm. Malonev, h.p. Quarter Master Depot Butt. 

Captain James Menzics. h.p. Quarter Master Depot Batt. 

Lt.Colonel William Stevens. 1 h.p. 2 F. 



Major James Powell.* r.f.p. :o2 Foot. 

Captain James Baird,* late of 88 F. 

Major James Stillman, 6 late of 9 F. 

Chptnin John Attkins Pickworth, 7 h.p. Riding 

Cav. Depot. 

Colonel George de Rottenburgh.* CB. late of 100 F. 
Lt.Colonel Henry Fred. Saunders, 9 late of 84 F. 
Captain W. N. Dyett, h.p. 



Colonel James John Graham', lato Unattached. I Captain William Percy, l0 late of 9 Lancers. 

1 Lt.Colonel W. Stevens served with the 49th Regt. throughout tho operations in China (Medal), commencing with 
the first taking of Chusan and terminating with the landing before Nankin, including the storm and capture of the 
Heights above Canton, attack and capture of Amoy, second capture of Chusan, attack and capture of tho Height 
of Chinae. occupation of Ningpo and repulse of tho night attack, attack and capture of the entrenched Camp on the 
Heights of Segoan, capture or Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghac, and Chin Kiang Foo. Served in the Crimea aubse- 

Suent to the fall of Sebastopol from 9th April to tho 6th August 1856. Served at the Gold Coast from May to 
occmber 1873 (Ashanti Medal). 

• Major Powell was present at tho capture of tbe fortress of Kurnool in 1839. Served in the Crimean Campaign 
from December 1854, and organised and commanded tho 8th Battalion of tho Land Transport Corps (Medal with 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

• Captain Baird served with the 41st Regiment in the Eastern Campaign of 1854-55, including the battlesof 
Alma and Inkerman. siege and fall of Sebastopol (wounded 9th Juue), sortie of 26th Oct., and assaults of the 
Redan on the 18th June and 8th Sept. (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

• Major Stillman served with the Carabineers in the Crimea from 14th August 1855, including the battle of 
Tchernava, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and operations near Eupatoria (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Med<tl). 
Was at Meerut at the Sepoy mutiny on 10th May 1857, and served the campaign of that year, including the battles 
of Hindun, siege and fall o r Delhi, and subsequent operations under Brigadier Showers (Medal with Clasp). 

1 Captain Pickworth served tho Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with tho 8th Hussars, including the rcconnaic* 
Banco u> Silistria, battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman, and the Tchernaya, attaint of Bulganak and M'Kcnzic'i 
Farm, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, French War Medal, and Turkish Medal). Served in the 
Indian campaigns of 1858-59 an*, was present at tho capture of Kotah, rooccupation of Chundaree, battle of Kuta ke 
Serai, capture of Gwalior, and action of Boordnh (Medal with Clasp). 

• Colonel de Rottenbn<-gb s«rvtd in Canada during the rebellion and received the Brevet rank of Major for ser- 
vices there whilst emp'oyed on a particular service. 

• Lt.Colonel Saunders served at 8ierra Leone and the Gambia from 1836 to ib'41 ; was present with the 
expeditionary force in the inteiior in 1837 ; employed on a special mission to convey despatches to the Frcrch at 
Senegal in 1838 ; commanded the troops at a riot at the Gambia in 1838. and whilst at night patrolling captured a 
gun. Served in the Indian mutiny, and was mentioned m despatches as having distinguished himself, and for most 
devoted and gallant conduct Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

» Captain Percy served in the 4th Dragoon Guards in the Kastern campaign of 1854-55, and was present at 

the battles of Balaklava (severely wounded by a sabre-cut across the left check) and Inkerman. attack nu Russian 

outposts on the 10th February 1855, battle of the Tchemaya, sieve and lull of Sebastopol (Medal with three 

Oaspa, Turkish Medal, Medal and gratuity of ^15 for distinguished conduct in the Field, and Knight or the Legion 

of Honour). 



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.■ ■! il'iui: I ..ii.n.n:. ■-•■ : ■:,(■ I '*-»:■> T) - -. - throughout the Eaatflrn campaign of 1854, 
Alma, Balakiaia founded, &-.A Iplttrman, and Hag* of Sevastopol (Medal wlllifoni Claapi, 

. ;he Legion of Honor, 1st Claw of the Medjidio, and Turkish Medal). 

'Colonel Fraear nerved aa Orderly Officer to Sir Edmund Lyons on the Expedition to Kinbonrn in ig;;, and 
■vpreeent at It* bombardment and inirender (Medal). Haa received a Gold Modal from the President of the 
French Bepnblfc in recognition of Ma devoted ourvicea to the wounded on the Held of battle in the Franco-Herman 
campaign of 1870-71 . 
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April jfi. 

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JLm. ■■. J>"' 

ickiif:.- " Ma.M t Hi -J-a. 



V.':!l.i,!i, Si..- 
H ronton Frai 

»■ wi.it.il .i-.i. 
H. ■.!■■, Ik-la 



Ofklch.r 



14 Vmfrr9Sppt.il), 



Geo. CoBipWn Artt.Huwid Anhnr, Ban, 6 Mil 

.ountifort Jobn t'oartntjy Lonjrfleld 21 Oo 

'illlam Fredariek Peel I 

■in» Jfaifn-.— Charles Heury bun, 9 June 81. 

irt»r Hoiftr.— fharlee rtuch.ope llaisF*. 14 Jul 
iryroa Ifo/or. — llMirffc Prcderkk linnie-Hpry, 21 



1 Lord Templetown serrad Uironghoi 
it Battalion of Goldjtream Gnarda, pr 
ran. In command of tha Briffnda oC Gin 



xittr-Foriiigt Bl ue.-^m»fi,Meiwrf 

Xttuni&fTBm JrVoaes, February 

1 tha Eastern cnmpalcn of iBj*, s 

rds, whioh he brought out oraction [ 

" tioge or Sobastopo! (Medal w 
1 Medal). 



.a Medjidie, and Turkish M 



h Drajroon Q 






Major Curaon served u a Lieutenant in the and Battalion of the Ride Brigade in the Indian miinilapa' 
iBjt-jB, including the actions at Cawnpore, siege and capture or Lneknonj subeequentlj with Boas' CajnelOarei 
ajid present at the battle of Golowlee and capture of Calpee (Medal with two Ctaapef. 



Major General Marshall, c 



Royal Horse Guards. 

ThsBoyalArms. "Pnnnu" "W. 
.■!.■« Hi, K^,-.: Ii 



u Albert '■'..:« nrd, P H, 



I Sfe:i 






■>lf Wales nndiJatio/CorMraJl, 
Lt. fj.Ocl 31, <W.*» July 34 j 



il M- .1.1 ii u lit Klrrlon, Konrrty C* 1 
B..S. (i, Bit, »/ r—.^jFtr J 
■IcsGore, lord Kllonniock 



J^r.l Henry Artbor Oeorge Somerset .. 
//.■.. Wm.CluM.WeolworUi-r-iuWilUsn). ) 

Ai&tA* Citmpt* M# IVfOf^ /sjui > 

J11I111 Heir Xurth Gustavo H.nry,l*»™.t ( 

Dnlrymple J 

1 r.'i. , i.-k (lirliaru itirn i,n>v 
(;.-,r,r- Ljivur.iui.-b » ■ 
.ImIln :-..y[n.ii.r Wjm 1 ...I, 



Evelyn Gcorue H11- ■ ... ! ALl.rrley 

i-tiari. » JiiiWwj-n 1 Ii- .V-J-emliorWD ., 
/..-■/ iiYiivy Ivlward Hru. knell Soman 

'/.1. l.^-l,i.lhYunci»<'r>'ri?nbybJf,4uW. 

s Sept. fo 



t-'rcderirk rtijirlp* -■■ 1 »:.■ .1 VuLsiatM! 

licurjii'. '-".il Binn.n« 

lir Jnliu ' tuistopher Wilioufjbby, Bf. . 

Hlfrihru Julm IlvitrViJ II ii-.r 

S«/;-o -U'«rir.— Hi 1.,- WW, 11 April ti. 
Qaariir JfiurVr.— W.I .am G..nl .■.. 1 , N ,1 



■ IT,','. " 






' < Jul? fci 


8 Nut. GK 


p 


'.jjulj 6. 


»..Dec. 6j 




'jjuly 60 
'jiJolj bg 






'id Aug. 71 




';.:»'. 7° 


iSOct. 7 > 




'..'. 1 . 1 ■ 


>BOct. Jl 




•ujaoa to 

'..Not, ,0 


■' ll„r. '■: 
• Dec. 71 








>sreb. m| 


eg Jose jl 


4 Sept. So' 


j* Sot. ;S 
1 ' lp« El 

'« Dec. ); 


■, Bent. Is 
'« Apr.' Ei 

! Nor. ?B 





S May Si 



■-■ 1 1 ■ ■ 1/' i. 



sarin at thr Tlrn- 1 QomrteTs of 
■ Sanml. JTCB.. Oonu 
paul Tores (brought 



an). Served through. 



. (Modal. C 
Tins wounded b 



najideroftheWion of Honor, and 3rd Class ofthe Medjidie). Comi 
mtlbe Mutiny 0/1857 5B, having marched 1,084 miles, t«ofc upwards 
>, oae fortified city, one partly entrenched town, fought sixteen auci 



of Jerusalem of Prussia, 
■ s the Queen's Coinmii- 
Jedal and Clasps, Major 
landed the Central India 
of 150 pieces of Artillery, 



i of Ralghnr, Bhahnhur, ai 
romoted Lt. General " 



» TatBTinKry Burgeon Harpley — For Wa 
• Barfaon Major Melli.de-™. ~ Fur Wjj- Si 



Jobn MsUlirw V.. n Mlii N-V. 



lat (JV«s Kiug't) Dragoon Guards. 

Tlio King'. Cypher within the Garter. " Viniuo " " Sstibtoi 



'17 Sept. jj ; LI. Calami, i Mnr.jo; Colonel, it 

antral, 7 Dec. II ; <Yjfon.tr mt Drsgoon Guar 

Lieutenant Colonel.. — Richard Jamee Combe 



M.iii..r.' Aul' 



■»r, 6 July 5! 

IMP fe U. t, 

BILIX-ala-nl, ij Oct 



roMay 64'raFeb. 67, ; 

jo April 5 9 ;»uMsy 61 »i 

roSepl. 68/53 Mar. 7 o[ 1 

uOct. 67 |1 i4 July 69 1 1 



r( ofU.,k Catolrylltpot 



H'ili] 1' : II-:,: > lii. 

Ji-i. ■ C ■.',;.!- I 

M.-.1..T1 ■(■l,..iiiai.rSi ..... ; 
William lliHiiirrl (.!■ :.1A. 
■ in Sultreu Willett" 
lest Leonard Wright* 

.'i,"i:.f r ',"r™BeoU<>« 
George Wontwurth I* prim 



Paymailir.— Jqbn Grant 
Hcwlal-^J'iiniis 






1 Apr. 78. 






Gap tared the Zaln King in the ; 

■ squadron or the King's Dragoon 

._ ..■ 1._ ._ — -*tJ troopa (mi 



1 Major Benthsll, Captaini 



$2bart«lfor'y*tal, 3 S J.inror, 1879. 
with the tat Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war or 1879 from . , 

■>-"■'■*---"-- ■■* ' — - ; ' "- --..-»-- 3 f the campaign, indotoc 

la, a company of Ihe Nml 

,._ led in despatches, and pn- 

id by him in having effected the capture of Ketchwijo, 
ilh Clasp). 
.._ .: Dewar, Lowry, Goold-Adami, Barkneaa, and wnejrl 



wed with the King'* Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879 (Medal withGlasp). 

* Limit. Alexander served with the King's Dragoon Guards In the Zulu war or 1879 In Uieaqaadronnndar Major 
Marter, from ml June to the end of Ibe war, including the cavalry aflkir at Kraungayan and the capture of Em 
CetvwaTO fMedal with Clasp). 

served with the King's Dragoon Guards ii 



• Major Thompson served with the King's Drain. . 
Major MarWr, including the cavalry "Hair ut Bnangayan {Medal with Clasp). 

1 Major Brownlow served with the King's Dragoon Guards in tho Zulu war of 1879, and was Orderly Oi 
Colonel Drury Lowe, commanding '*■ '— ■- "• ' " ™-«" ' — — ■• •- "-■ ' « 



report). Afterwar 

Major, Medal with Clasp). 

" Llent. Marrow served with the 
Manor, including the cavalry unai 

Mounted Infantrv (9(tb ReKt.) tht 

capture of the stronghold. iS Novel ...,, ., 

>» Llent. Willetteorved in the Znlu war of 1879 with theFi 

" Captain Blllott.— Fat War Servloee, >ee Army Pay Department 



Ulundi (mentioned in Colonel Drury Lowi'i 
Baker Russell's Flying Column (Brevet of 



Enungayac. Acted as Adjui 
Jewdigate (Medal with Clasp). 

S's Dmgoon Guards in the 1 
out the operations against Beknknnl, and 
*- —wounded (Me*-' — ' A -— - 



if 1879. Served afterwards with thl 
. and was present at the atlack and 
Clasp). 
and the Tranifnal (Medal with Clasp). 



] 



a n'8f 

J1H»H 

7- P»y. 



5 



2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's Bays). 

The Royal Cypher within the Garter. " Lugkvow." 



137 



Colonel.— 



Lieutenant Colonels.— Thomas William Sneyd, * Comet, p 2 May 56 ; Lt. P34 July 57 ; Copt. p xoMay 61 ; Major, 

p 9 Aug. 71 ; Lieutenant Colon*!, 21 July 77 ; Colonel, 21 July 81. 
William Hanning Lee, Comet, p 2i Nov. 65 ; 2*. p 2x Oct. 67 j C»/>*. p 5 Nov. 70 ; Major, z Deo. 80 ; Lt.Colonel, 

1 July 81. 



1A 



MiJOBB. 

Charles Albert Leslie Attila French 

Peter Aubertin 

James Frederick Stuart Menteth, Adjutant 7 
Ayrshire Yeomanry Cavalry $ 



Ci.TTA.lVB. 

Francis James Ashburner 

p.e.e. Francis Grenville Doyle* 

Foster CunlifTe Lister Kay 

Arthur Lewis George Gould .. 

Joseph Alexander Lambert 

Nicholas Sadlier* 



cobhbt om 
aim LiiuT. 



LllUTBHUCTS. 

Henry Clerk 

Frederick Gordon-Mackenzie 

John Cecil de Veel Tattersall 

Cuthbert Pilkington Dawson 

Jeremiah James Bayly 

Francis Savile Barton 

George Berthon Preston 

George John8cott 

Capon Henry Preston, Adjutant a July 79 ... 

Robert Fiennes Hibbert 

George Prescott Douglas 

Cecil Henry Polhill-Turner 



p i5 June 60 
p j6 May 65 

4 Oct. 64 



* 9 April 70 
?o Feb. 66 



LIEUT. 



p aa Dec. 69 



10 April 78 
1 May 78 
zx May 
2a Jan. 
22 Jan. 
2i June 
13 Aug. 
19 Feb. 
ai April 



p 23June 65 
p 6 July 70 

p i6 Mar. 70 



'30 Nov. 70 

'29 May 69 

30 Dec. 71 

30 Dec. 73 

2 Deo. 74 

28 Oct. 7 



CA.TTA.lir. 



BBSV.MAJ. 



p i3 Jan. 69 
p 27Sept. 71 

29 Jan. 74 



19 Jan. 76 

8 Mar. 76 

7 June 78 

2 July 79 

x Deo. 80 

2 Feb. 81 



7« 

791 

79 

79 

79 
81 

81 



9 AUg. ,;, 

12 Aug. 76 
xi Sept. 76 
X3 July 78 

4 Dec. -° 
14 Dec. 

a July 

1 Dec. 

x July 

x July 

x July 

x July 



75 



78 

78 

79 
80 

81 
81 
81 
81 



MAJOB. 



x July 
x July 

x July 81 



81 
81 



Paymaster.— Thomas Aked, 30 Jan. 79 ; Ens. '5 Apr. 64 ; Lt. % Apr. 65 ; Capt. '30 Mar. 67. 
Sidino Master —Henry Andrew Hughes, 23 July 79. 
Quarter Master. — 

Scarlet— Facings Buff.— Agents, Messrs. Bidgway and Sons.— Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane and Sons. 

Returned from India, 31 January 1870. 



onel Sneyd served with the 2nd Dragoon Guards in the Indian campaign in 1858-59, including the action of 
•utpore, siege and capture of Lucknow. subsequent operations, and action of Koorsee (Medal with Clasp), 
plain Doyle accompanied Sir Garnet Wolseley to South Africa in 1879 on special service, and served during 
ter part of the Zulu war (Medal with Clasp). 

Main Sadlier served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879, in the squadron under Major 
, including the cavalry affair at Erzungayan (Medal with Clasp). 



138 



3rd {The Prince of Wale*') Dragoon Guards. 

aPlnme. The Rising Sun nnrl Red Dragon. "TiLiTiai" "ALam 



!!:! The Pri 

-jColanal.— Robert Richardson Bflbertson. 
»iS June 41] U.(Mb*i1, '11 Dec. f- 

. 'Lieutenant Colentli. — Andrew ftm' 
*;t Hoc. ;B; Motor, " 

1 lOet Si 



£(.»o April io; Fob/.' 
9«w™*, M May S o;irf- 

ML'il Not. j3; Lt. ' 

i JLieWnaai Colour), * 



4r 

SMsr. 55 



; C«r.r. »i 7 April So ; Jfii/t 



Uiuu 

i;t.ii..(.:jii,.i Hniiibo . 



■, Jnly Rn 



L/ < „WI. 



AmyHtt Barney . 

r'lf^J. Unmet Dnvift ll<i:i*r»nd HeUwnod. \ 

.4.1/. .V.ffr. .,*,!•■»*■'• lVna«Tr Coi-t'ry i 
Krv.l,Ti,-k Meyer W S rdr U |, 
"enry Fnmk Et'.tn l.-jea*. Adj-lail I 

li„i.„.y„, y„ m ...r, imi^ J 

Wiiliiiin |:uiiiicCoU ... 

Tl.i.-tr K( imeilv 1'nrke 

' . '- , : I l . ■ r 1 1 i'i Wie Ifamiltnn Ybuiiud 

■■ ■villcEwiTJitM ■ ■ !«■■ .)(. -..';' -. 



r.;i..1.'«!i I' 

JinHKui. __ 
Henry I '!i.>lnielev •■<■'■ 

.l.iliri I,,-..,--- W... - 

/..I,,, |.;,i,. !u ,l !>'.i 
William Hutching n Mr: 
Coventry Williuiip 
John Jwepb Mif-n 
Henry Hamilton iliu-Ko 

JM&w Mailtr.— Kturene 



.'.r.r.l 

Beariet— Hi<mj« Ye;:ti 



i»ory Njcb^sno. 
Brown, to Nor. 



U Jan.* ! 
14 Jan. < 

>. May js 



.. Hoplrtnann and 

in Boberuon lerved In Bonth Africa, in command of the eaecesafnl 
lenigent emigrant Boers, beyond the Orange River, in 1S4;. Alio aa Brigadier, 
oon Guards in the Kaffir campaign of . 8,6-, j (Modal " ' 

■ Cofonal Browne mm fflf" - 



J -.'■■nil, .Mf.-^rn. Cane and r 
ipeditlon ngi 



>-,7{MedalandPB.). 

* Oroya in the Crimea from 30th July to iat Sept. and from Or 

. and ilege of Bebaetopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkieh Medal 



affair at Branngayan. Specially employed on thi 

Brigade (mentioned In Colonel Rnaaell'a report, Bi 

vaol Field Force In the operationB ngainst Sekuknni, and inbeeqner. 

ntnlTto Bir Garnet Wolaeley (mentioned In denpatefcea, Brevet of Lieui 



>f.S»,a: 

Served aa Principal Staff O 
i Military Secrete 
Colonel, Medal vr 



Ifcriaet 



'tan 


'Ser. 


p all 


Hall 
P»jr. 


*9 


• •1 


21 


i 
• •• 


«|... 


'9 


... 


18 


• •• 


i 1 ? 


••• 



139 

"PlVUTBULA" 



16 

15 

14 

12 

9 

9 
3 



30 

7 

4 



J 4th (Royal Irish) Dragoon Guards. 

The Harp and Crown, and the Star of St. Patrick, with the motto " Qu tevarabitt" 

" Bi.LAKLA.Vi. " " 81VA8TOPOL." 

Colonel— S«> Edward Cooper Hodge, 1 KCB. Comet, 3 Aug. s6 ; Lt. '3 July 28 ; Copt. '19 Dae. 34 ; Motor, 

*3 Dec. 41; Lt.Colomel, '3 Oct. 48; Colonel, 28 Nor. 54; Major General, 30 Jan. 63; Lt. General, 25 Oct. 

71 ; General, x Oct. 77 ; Colonel 4th Dragoon Guards, 6 Jan. 74. 
lieutenant Colonel*.— James Gunter* Cornet, p i8 Feb. 53; Z*. p 2i Nov. 56; Captain, p 2x Oct. 59; Jfojor, 

? a Dec. 68 ; Lieutenant Colonel, 7 Mar. 77 ; Colonel, 1 July 81. 
Thomaa Bradney Shaw-Hellier, Cornet, ^27 Sept. 61 ; i<. '7 April 63 ; Copt. '17 April 67 ; Major, » June 76; 

£«#«fe*a»* Colonel, 1 July 81. 



Majors. 

George Ramsay Alured Denne , 

Philip Edward Pope, Aide de Camp to Sir) 

Daniel Lyon* f 

John Chadwick 

Charles Henry Currey, Adjutant Pembroke ) 

Yeomanry Cavalry $ 



Ca.vta.ihs. 
Mervyn Chaloner8tephenTynte,.4<fj»<a*t) 

East Kent Yeomanry Cavalry $ 

Laurence Murphy 

William Johnson Howard Townsend 

John Hubert Hussey 

Henry Ernest Baakerville Walton 

Frederick Thomas Penton 

Joseph Watkins William Darley 



coehbt oa 

2Kn LIBUT. 



p x6Mar. 60 
'22 May 63 
p i2 April 64 
p >2 Sept. 65 



LlXUTSVAirTS. 

I Arthur Abney Sandys 

John Algernon Aylmer 

Belford Randolph Wilson 

Nicholas Henry Bacon 

Robert Le Mesurier Willoughby,.4<i/Nfaiit' ) 

21 June 79 $ 

John William Dent 

Charles Skinner Dansey Oldham Oldh&m... 
John Orr-Ewing 



p i3Mar. 66 

p i7 April 67 
p 2oJune 68 
p 22 Oct. 70 



LIEUT. 

p 9 Aug. 64 
p u July 65 
p i7 April 67 
p s Jan. 70 



CAPTALK. 



p 9 April 70 

p i4 Sept. 70 
p i7 May 71 
28 Oct. 71 
23 Mar. 73 
23 April 73 
12 Nov. 74 



p 8 June 70 

p 22 Oct. 70 

4 June 73 

27 June 74 



BRRV.HAJ. 



MAJOR. 



11 May 

xx May 
14 Jan. 
14 Jan. 



78 

78 
80 

80 



16 Jan. 

18 Feb. 

5 Sept. 
74 Dec. 
10 Aug. 

1 Oct. 
29 Oct. 



75 

73 

78 
78 

I? 
81 



1 July 81 

x July 81 

x July 81 

1 Oct. 81 



13 June 74 

28 Aug. 75 

10 Jan. 74 

3 May 77 

13 April 81 

13 April 81 

13 April 81 

1 July 81 



1 Sir Edward Cooper Hodge com- 
manded the 4th Dragoon Guards in 
the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 » wa * 
on board H.M.8. Sanspareil in the 
naval attack on Sebastopol 17th Oct. 
1854; also present at the battles of 
Balaklava and Inkerman, siege of 
Sebastopol, night-attack on Russian 
outposts, 19th Feb., and battle of 
Tchernaya, 16 Aug. 1855 (Medal with 
three Clasps, CB., Officer of the 
Legion of Honor, 3rd Class of the 
Medjidie. and Turkish Medal). 



Paymaster.— John Macartney, 7 16 May 62; Ron. Major, x6 May 77. 

Biding Master.— James Horton, 28 April 75. 

Quarter Master.— Soloman Williams, 6 u Apr. 6$ ; Son. Captain, x July 81. 

Scarlet— Facing* Bins.— Agent, A. Lawrie, Esq.— Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane and Sons. 

Returned from the Crtmea, July 1856. 
Colonel Gunter served with the xst Dragoon Guards in the Crimean campaign from 16th Aug. 1855, including 
1 liege and tail of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served also in the campaign of x86o in 
its; was engaged at Sinho, present' at the fall of the Taku Forts, and engaged in the actions of xlth and axst 
timber, also in the advance on Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

Captain Williams served in the 4th Dragoon Guards throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including 
battles of Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and 
•kith Medal). 
Major Macartney .---For War Services, see Army Pay Department. 



« Charlotte of Walet 1 ) Dragoon Guards. 

"Vjtteiu" "Toraoow" "Pmmia 



inn urn C i oa >l.-RieliiirdPu'ker.Cor«l,».4oi(..i, £(. •,. July Js . Pop*. '30 Juno 18; Xtllajer. ■ 

F.j ■*■!". Wafer* ld.e d aml.9KQW .6; Coto«r jo Jon* 14; it Co^mI J- CaUitl, 30 Jniie M I M«j" 

14 Ann. 61 ; Linl Dntmt. 1 Jan. n. Orunil. 1 Oct tri (.U*m/ 5th Dragoon Guards, r Deo. 

■ »S ... LiintmuitOoleMU u.ii. a ». fc.u. r ,i Mantli-io!,' .-■>-•.<. '17 Feb. sr; Af.'io Deo. 58; Ov*. » 



,:,/!, JlHj 



m Hoblneor. Trunu, Aijmlaml , 
tUMrt Fn-aaa-* tmlrf .. ..J 

lt..biTt Wilson Krarele). *"V»"' ■""*' 
rand*"} Canil'i 

rio MeHting-wo Kmy-m-Btow. A4j.\ , 

HMtr-.x r'»»f UnJ., ... .j, 

Frederick AngoM JX'rucroft'AnMjolW .... I 



j '.jNov. 69 1 



<> J.|»Mli.llFI. , 



Fn.1l. Wil*t,n II 
, Sir Mt*iy &i 

I H.. licit. Wi(-vi id 

" -a-rjr CmI., .. . 

_ . .-v Hyde Atb.n .'. . . .... .. 

1(1,1, .Hi I'tmrleu llmuurt I.ewFii'CP 

■ row Baldroy... 

■ John Frnncia Grccu ,. 



Edward Hogan 

'"imei Hackeeoa 

Hi 1)11(1 y «L Lawrence. 

. Sheldon William KeiUiCrndock . 

. (.'harle« CuiimdSoaw , 

. Jame* Douglas Bainl ._ ,. 



7S.E 

'! 'lu'y' ■:. 



1 -irpt. 7? 



1/',:,:.'.'. 1 



t^e>b 



orrC. Miin.-ir.-ii. !■■■ .Tij.pi 

itatltr— Robert Gifforrt, 1 Ipril 78. 

~~ !«\ -John Anderson Banko. 19 1 

l— Ftmngt G men. —Jgtnii, Men 



i; Eh. S Fab. j6; lVf.*; alay 60; Cepl. 1 Apr.? 



1 Colonel Ulnlind nerved with the »t Dragoon Gnards in tho campaign of iXCa in China.anrt wu en 
Binho, present at the fall oftheTakn Forte, and engaged in the action a of tho i8lh and mat September alt 
advance on Pekin [Medal with two CIksebI. 



dkett. Beagel. "I 
pot, Ooatsrbary. J 



6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers). 



141 



ears' 8er 



«« 



S1YA.8TOPOL" "D«LHl" " A#OHi.3f i§tah, 1679-fo. 



»» 



!? SS?! 00 ^ 1 *"^^^^ 9 lark «» 1 C *« *£•&?». '30 May 34 J Lt*7 Oct. 36 ; Capt. p 2o Sept. 39; Bt. Major, tx 
l l- !■£ Nov. 51 ; JM. Lt.Colonel, 12 Deo. 54; lf«yor, 26 Feb. 58 ; CoWJ, 23 Apr. 60; Lt.Coionel, 31 March 66t 

Jfe/or General, 6 March 68 ; Lieut. General, 1 Oct. 77; Colonel 6th Dragoon Guard* 4 Oot. 80 
a 1 ... |Lirateiiaiit Colonel*.— John Fryer,* CB. Cornet, p 9 Mar. 60; Lt. '18 Feb. 62 : Capt. »\ April 64 • Maior p xs 
i 1 Deo. 69; Lieutenant Colonel, 17 March 77 ; Colonel, 1 July 8c. ¥ 5 P 4 ' '" €Vor » I5 

- I Ja 2i e L-® oldio »* +«M**t4d,utant General, 8imla ; Cornet, p i 4 July 54 ; Lt. p i 5 Jan. 56 ; Capt. '21 Feb. 60 ; 
1 Bt. Major, 5 July 72; Mqjor, 21 July 77 ; Lieutenant Colonel, 1 July 81. 

8 i 4 V M *5? n ^e 1 " 06 Blake, Cora**, p 23 March 60; Zf. '17 May 61 ; Capt. p i Feb. 68 ; Major, p 3 i Oct. 71 ; £*.!;*. 
I I Colonel, 1 Oct. 77 ; Lieutenant Colonel, 1 July 81. 



18 



18 
18 
17 



Majobs. 
i Charles Frederick Marriott* ... 
.Henry Blackburae Hamilton* 
'Hardin Burnley* 



13 

'9 

r6 

9 
>3 



} 



COBHBT OB 
2BD LIBUT. 



p i9 July 64 
'21 July 64 
p x8 April 65 



LIBUT. CAPTA.IH. 

p ia Sept. 6s lp 20 June 68 
p isMay 66**24Mar. 69 
p 25 Sept. 67 p is Dec. 69 



8 Jan. 58 



p i3 July 
p 2o Oct. 
'20 Feb. 



70 

69 

63 
66 



I CAFTA.I1C8. 

■ • \Hon. James David Drummond, Adjutant \ 
Burke Yeomanry Cavalry ) 

•- William Henry MacGeorge, Adj. Wert 
moreland Yeomanry Cavalry 

• Walter Campbell Calvert* 

• ■ 1 Douglas Alexander Graham Cunning- 

! ham Graham* 

• Aubone George Fife 10 '..' p i5May 

■ Thomas Cole Porter" 

it . Arthur Thomson Middleton," Interpreter. . . p 3x July 69 

I L1SUTBVA.VTS. 

... Alexander Sprot 1 * 

... I Robert Preston Sandeman 

... Thomas Richard Fra. Brabazon Hal I owes 11 

... Alfred Weston .»♦ Adjutant 17 April 76 

... Percy Hugh Hamon Massy* 

... Benjamin Noel Heywood-jones 18 

... : Chas. Reginald Sydney Douglas-Hamilton 1 " 

■ I Richard Godolphin Walmesley Long 10 

••• Henry Mostyn Owen 18 

... Frederick Henry Arthur Des Voeux 10 

- ! Francis Sudlow Garratt 1 * 

•• I Montagu Cradock 90 

iFraneisLoder Beddy 



p 8 Mar. 59 



5 8ept. 
30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
x6 Feb. 

1 May 

6 Aug. 
23 April 



77 

78 

78 
78 
78 

79 
81 



28 Oct. 

28 Oct. 

p 28 Oct. 

p 3o Oct. 
24 Feb. 
26 Oct. 



p x6Jan. 63 

71 13 July 77 

71 6 Sept. 76 

64. 16 Aug. 73 

69! 7 Aug. 78 

73 5 Oct. 78 

71, xo Apr. 80 



BBBV.MJJ. 



MA J OB. 



? Mar. 81 



20 April 77 



5 Oct. 78 

1 July 81 
x July 81 



28 Feb. 


74 • 


5 Oct. 


74! 


12 Nov. 


7V 


1 April 761 


11 Feb. 


75 


11 Sept. 


78 


5 Oct. 


78 


t July 


81 


x July 


8. 


1 July 


81 


x July 


81 


x July 


81 


1 July 


81 



n 

4 

1 



Pay matter.— Edward Henry Maunsell, 2 Aug. 79 ; Cornet, '30 Nov. 60; Lt. p 2o0ct. 65 ; Capt. 25 June 73. 
Riding Matter .—William Busby Mayes, 21 Aug. 78. 
Quarter Matter.— Joseph Brittlebank, 13 April 81. 

Blue— Faeingt White.— Agent t, Messrs. Cox k Co.— Irith Agentt, Messrs. Cane & Sons. 

Embarked for India, 30 December 2877. 

] I«ient.General Clarke served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the Scots Greys, including the affair of 
l Keuie'8 Farm, battles of Balaklava (sabre cut on the neck), inkerman, and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebaa- 
°Pol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, 
ttdTorkuh Medal). 

Colonel Fryer omuvinded the Carabiniers throughout the Afghan war of 1879-80. On the 13th January i8So r 
a command of a force of Royal Horse Artillery and Cavalry, he repulsed with heavy loss a large body of Mohmunda 
■ Ali Boghan. Commanded the cavalry in the expeditions under Lt. General Bright to the Lughman Valley and 
(piatt the Wuseeree Khugianis. On the 5th July 1880, he commanded a force of Carabiniers and 4th Bengal 
^uhyat the attack and destruction of the Ghilzai villages of Nargozi, Arab Kheyl, and Jokan (CB. Medal). 

LtColonel Goldie served with the 9th Lancers throughout the suppression of the Indian mutiny in 1857-59, includ- 
es »e battle of Budlekeserai, siege operations assault and capture of Delhi, actions of Bolundshuhur and Ally- 
jr^'jgle of Agra, affair of Kanouge, relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, battle of Cawnpore on 6th Deo., action at 
J**P»t, action at Shumshabad (in command of a Squadron), siege and capture of Lucknow, the summer cam- 
PupioOude and Rohilcund and actions of Rhodamow and AUvghur, capture of Bareilly, action at Shahjehanpore 
•W porsait to Mahomdee, passage of the Gogra at Fyzabad and affair at Knmdakoti (Medal with Clasps). 

«ijor Marriott and Lieut. Massy served with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war of : 879-80, and took part in 
^expedition against the Wuzeeree Khugianis (Medal). 

Major Hamilton served with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war in x88o, and took part in the expedition into 

* taghman Valley under Brigvlier General Arbathnot, and in the attack and destruction of the Ghilsai villages 
« y* 011 . Arab Kheyl, and Jokan (Medal). 

Xejor Burnley served with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war of 1879-80, and was present at the affair at 
■**» on the 15th January 1880. Took part with the expedition against the Wuzeeree Khugianis. Accom- 
^ed Sir Frederick Roberts in the march from Cabul to Candahar as Orderly Officer to Brigadier General H. H. 
'OBffb, and was present in the reconnaissance on the 31st August (horse shot), and in the battle of Candahar 
Rationed in despatches, Brevet of Maior, Medal with Clasp, and Bronze Decoration). 

Ctptain Calvert served with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war in 1 879-8 j, and took part in the expedition into 
'• Whman Valley, and in the attack and destruction of the villages of ^argozi, Arab Kheyl, and Jokan (Medal). 

Otptain Graham served with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war in 1879-80, including the affair at Ali Boghan 
ffer LtColonel Fryer, and the expeditions against the Wuseeree Khugianis and to the Hissarik Valley, under 
kOeneral Bright (Medal). 

Captain Kife and Lieutenants Long and Des Voeux served with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war in 1879-80, 
J 14 took part in the expeditions into the Lughman Valley and against the Wuzeeree Khugianis ; were also present 
' we attack and destruction or the villages of Nargozi, Arab Kheyl, and Jokan (Medal). 

Captain Porter and Lieut. Hallowes served with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war in 1879-80, including tho 
ffr at Ali Boghan under Lt.Colonel Fryer, the expeditions into the Lughman Valley and against the Wuseeree 
jgSianis and to the Hissarik Valley, and at the attack and destruction of the villages of Nargozi, Arab Kheyl, and 

Captain Middleton served with the 15th Hussars in the Candahar Column in the Afghan war of 1878-9, including 

* advance to Khelat-i-Ghilsai (Medal). 

v Lieut, Sprot served with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war in 1879-80, including the engagement with the 
"taonds at Dakka (Medal) . 

Lieut. Weston served as Adjutant of the Carabiniers in the Afghan war in 1879-80, and took part in tho expo- 
«oai into the Lughman Valley snl against the Wuzeeree Khugianis, and at the attack and destruction of the 
;**fe* of Nargozi, Arab Kheyl an 1 Jokan. Was Staff Officer and Provost Marshal of the 2nd Mo^oAtaCaYucuu* 
lyber Line Force, from 35th May to nth Aug. 1 880 (Medal). 

[For remainder ff Jfote*, •«€ tart <tf 1 Dragee* Quarto. 



i 



7th (The Princess Royal's) Dragoon Guards. 

nil, '« Jons jj; Litul. »a8 Jnly 401 Captain, 
:. m; LtJJtltmtl.J'u, Mar. ml Otoarf. 



et r; . 
la , « -. Colin Oanpbell, Ce»w#«, 
• .V- vr.ijSapt »; Lift' 
i.iaaa. f»rni. '11 July*}; . 



I, '10 Mar. s7 ;Calnrt. u Deo. 571 SCa/ar Siunl, 
. S May Ga ; (Wtiri jth Dragoon Guards, 7 Jan. 74. 

. u Jane «5 ; i(. '16 OCT. si ; Cej>(. »» Jane M 1 BmW 

t1, at April 81. 

'|B Oct. 64; Cap!. i-,B Aug. 69; Jfajor, 13 Apr. Bi ; Lin- 



Alfreil H.I ■ ■■ 

Evan Anhtfi Thomsa - -. 

Walter 1 "r. -..i-i.. IJ lutttgUim Tte-I 

Cecil Lrv.1-.t4r Beeber 

Willi.,., k .,„,., H-n.. aRougb 

Joseph tl. 1. rj Hnuki .... 

Monti..- .. ■ 11 ..•■'..- 1 Ihijr 

ll.ibcri \r,-., >.*•-, Mlrt. Jlj.M.lj 
Mi.hi.', I Irthor Burlu ..S.'.'.Z'..". 

Dlgby do Is Moite Do Boulay 

Frederick Charles Palmer 

James Hi try ssptnweii — 

Philip M on lag-1 

"----nek Jam** Mnrpby 

n! I> 'ipp • 

it AlFiMiiU-r Bojtoo 

jBaitrtltm .- 

William '■■-■. rr W.i.r I.Mwe _... 



>■■'•-:■, ' . '1; June ',; 34 Sept. j. 

4 OCT. '« 'it OCT, 6B 1 Apr. 7; 

10 JQDS 67 

11 Hon 



1 Wardlaw aamd a 



_ taaltlea of BalaklaTa, In. 
id Tchernaya (efrnimaiaVi 

11 Deo. Bo;the Regiment), Biege and fall of 
1 Jnly Si Bebaatopol (Breret of Lt-Colonel. 
1 July Bi Model with three Claepe, Knight of 

12 OCT. Ei the Legion of Honor. 5 th Clan of 

the Medjidie. and Torkiah Medal). 



■ '■'■!■ ■■-. v.' 

Itt.li4.lM, -.'-•■. 



mi r'railOia Wbeble, 18 May 60 ; Honorary Jlijer, 
Henry tewto,* is OCT. 68 1" Htm. Captain. 1 July 8: 
Soarlet— Faeiim Black.— A junto, Ueaara. Cox a 
ijtsi-ari /!■<,» /actio, 13 JVcw. 1867. 



* Captain Lewis served 



that look place (Modal. 



is Kaffir war of 1846-47, and w; 



Continuation of Notes to 6th Dragoon Qvardt. 

mi-ved *i(h (he Carablni™ in Ibe Afghan war In 1B70-80, includine the affair at Aa 
ad the attack and deelrnciion of the villages of Nergoai, Arab Rbcyl. and Jokaa 

id with the Carebiniere in the Afghan war In 1879-80, including the al 



Mohmnnd. al Dakka and the 



ith the Cai 

with the Carabiniera in 



the Afghan war in 1879-80, inelDdlng the engagement with the 
the Wnaeeree Khngienla (Medal). 
" Afghan warin 1879-80 (Medal). 

the Afghan war In 1879-80, and took part In the expeditioni 
eerea Khngiania (Medal). 



,*V *■»■ WwL- Char.ee Philip da 
1 U.Calonrl, "nC " 

Calm. 



[ 1st (Royal) Dragoons. 

TlioCreitof England within the Garter. AnBagle. "Sptdtm 
"I'liTisrsirLi" "Wimuo" "Bill " 



at, 7 July 61; LUut, Gntral, »5 On. 71; bTniral, 

inum uoiauu.— KOmnnu Bacon nutton, (Aram. '3° Uv. 6b j £/. '33 Sept. 61; Capt, 'i May 6j ; 

(c'or, 10 April 76 ; Lt.Coionrl, 10 April St. 

irlee Falkiner Morton, Cor«(, »iB Feb. 6a; if. 'ji July 6 Jp Gip'. 'is Juno 69 ; *"q/w, .t> April 81 j 





18 Oct. 
•.3 April 

30 Oct. 
.Deo. 

','*.V 
>)Mar 


■" 


urn. 


«.*««. ..ay.™. 


■AIM. 


S X 

,1 April jj 

,fae; 

3 Dec. 74 

. k' ■' . 

11 Mar. 81 

.ij-j:!,. r 
■ !■■■■ 8. 


■ a June 70 
31 Dee. j» 
17 Sept. 76 

* S July 6a; 

'■FebT 8t 
11 Mar. 81 


1 July S. 
.July 81 
iJoly S> 








mifan Henry M*Lareii _.„ 




















William FilaGerald tl'Rhaogbneaay ..... 




3eoll Digby Howari PetbentaubAugb .. 








Robert Robortaon, A aj •/»»( 1; June So . 
























VaiUr.— Jamoa Colllni, 1 9 Auff. 71 r Ben, O 
" -'- — Humphrey LeHn Webb, 8 May Sc 



i Major Diokaon served in the Utter part of the Zulu war of 1879 with the Xativ 

1 Captain Ajajatfc-Bamey served with the King's Drugoon Guards in the Zulu war 
■ertor* of Xinf Cetywayo (Medal with Claap) . 
'Captain Collina eerred in the 8th Hnuars in the Indian o*mpai(tn« < >! 185S- 
_. — * „» u-„..i. ~— i-—n of Chundaree, battle of Kotah-ke-Beraf, capture or 
d Koondrye (Medal with Claap) 



i Carrier Corps (Medal with 
of 1870. and took part in the 



ipture uf t 



2nd Dragoons (Royal Scots Grey*). 

The Thistle wiiiiiu U^Cfrcle and Motto of 8t. Andrew. An Eagle 



CoWl.-S.VJohi' !■:."-«-■! ' ough.'tfCS £s»es. „ 
i sfiUnyij; Si -!• <■ "•».'. . . I'w «>; CMowl. i Aog 

63i antral. jjilfi ?r. r».'ml >nd DruuOna. ]■ Ji 
' aMpM Oeloneii . ■ ' o Wallace He ' 

Jfo/or. ji Jan. ?-. B.M -■ iiJonalo 



Patrick Saralerso:.. .(<,..■■.( Eosl b>()«» j 

[■'[■ l'. i.-- li, ur, . 

■■ilivnnKi.-.ii-irr. V - . I- ■ ■ unit* \Lt | 
S. Artilltrg, 18DBC.61) - J 



April 6$ -, LI. •■■•■. Star. 61 



J*. ', Ang. »6: 
S; 1 Uiut.Gni 

-.6,: Css..'j 



:SS 



rintoijl" - Jan.it, • uf Utifdilrfi 



Arthur William Mordeonl 1 
Fmucli Bnury T, ..ft llav 
I'lrnut...- rtliirloy H«rrt» 
flr.bci-t Henry Adams . . 



uter.— Frederic « H.iM.iueou Havoc*. nKn.lu. Kuta, i Feb. 6g; Lt. iB Oct. jt; Cdji(. , JuIjt* 
, .lf.„ r. ,■ -i Seal. UN.. «.(.-; Hot. f aj««., i July 8i. , 

er XaiHr.— Jotu l.-dd r.« »j Sept. ;. ; Haa. Capita. >, Sept. 8i. 
Hr;ir!fl I ■ .. <i . . dmslt. Messrs. Con and Ou.-lntk .stance. Ham. Can* and Bona. 1 

BtUnu4frem (i< Cnsias, « J.;, ,8 S 6. -: 

> Sir John Go ugh served during- the war In China of 1840-41 aa Deputy Quarter WssteT General and head of He , 
department; was present at almost every engagement daring the eipedition, and received the brevet rajut of Major j 
and Lt, Colonel, together with the Companionship of the Bath (Medal). Served in the Gwalior campaign or 1*43-44 
ai Military Bocrelary to the Commander in Chief In India, and waa present at the battle of Maharajpore (Bran 
Star]. Appointed a Brigadleriutbe Army of the Sntlej 1845-461 commanded the and Brigade of Cavalry at the 
battles of MoodkeeandFeroieshah, and officiated ae Quarter Master General of H.M.'s Forces In India at *• 
battle of Sobraon, where he was severely wounded (Medal and two Clasps). Served the Punjanh mmrrat-T * 
1848-4381" Quarter Maetor General of H.M. 'a Forces inlndia, and was present at the battles of CoillianwaDsi ""1 
Qoojerat (Medal with two Clasps), appointed Aide deCamp to theQneen with Brevet rank of Colonel. 

■ Major Donnithorne served through the New Zealand war of 1804-6; as a Lieutenant in the Royal Artillery, taa 
wiu present in the campnign on the Waiknto river, eipedition to Tanrangs, action of the GaW Pah, emmpsSfak 
the Wanganui district, and with Ihe expeditions of the Movable Column on the River Patea (Medal). 

Marter. including the cavalry affair at Enungf 
• Captain Liddle served throughout the Easts 



a campaign of 1854-5 5 "<th the Scots Greys, including the affldroT 
a, and Tchernaya, night attack on outposts on 17th Fab., siege as* 
irkish Medal, an 1 Medal for distinguished conduct in the (kid). 



3rd (27m Kitty'* Own) Hussara. 

"ff«uwniirr«J." "' S.LalUKCi' 
"Ciuooi^.s+i ■■ "Mooniim" " F.mo 

0*Ji«^-«r George Henry Lookwood. 1 XCB. C<™t, » 10 Mar.ij; Ef.'.oAug. s6j Capt,', Sept. 31; Malt, 
6 Mar. 39; Bl.Li.Cvtontl, 33 Deo. 41; Lt.Calontl, 9 Not. 461 Cvlenel, 1 Ang. jo; Jfa/gr antral, iS NOV- 
S4; Linl.Ormiral, 3 Bept. 61 i Bnitil, 31 Oct. 70; Cofo»«J 3 rd Hussars, 1 Jan. 41. 

"" ki1«.— Arthur HareVintent, Cantrl, 39 Dec. 57; Z(. '9 April 611 C*af. r ■■ ■ •- 

,. , Irml Unttwint Cobnut, 1 Oct. 77 i Li.CoIosrt, 4 Nov. 79i CoJomJ, 1 Oct 

Charles Stephen Walker Ctirsrt, *io May 6i ; LI. »»6 Feb. 64 i Cast. »si June 67 ; 



r 4 Aug. 67 j Voier, 



Mxioal. 

George Vernon Cohnan Napier 

John PnroroyBllis JerToise 

Charle. William Hawker Helya Adjutant 
~ --■ Somtrut Finuarf Coeafrj 

CUTllll. 

Thomaa Hopwood Peckham 



Charles Bdward Beckett, «< SmjT Cs«^* 



OaoTga Charlee Fuller 

Barry Courtenay Jackaoo 

Reginald Charles Frteman . . 
James Selby Bobeon Routt . 
Prank William Nichobu Wogao 
|St Clair Oswald ... 

Herbert Bethune 1'aU. n ... 
James Andrew l'alerv,--. <-',■•' >• 



■*«■.— Charlea Morley Bald. 

Major, 9 Jane 76. 
XisW Siulw. -Hairy Richard Ji 
Qawrltr Vaster.— Peler M'Lannan 



18 Oct. 



I Apr. I 
4 Bept, 



:j March 80. 



May 5] ; Z(. 9 Oct 17 ; Copf, *io July 61 



Bine— Facias* Scarlet.— Agnli, Messrs. Coi and Co. 
Bisiarscd/or Ma Bart /«««., ij Sat. 1868. 
Sir George Henry Lockwood commanded the 3rd Light Dragoons throughout the campaign of 184a in Affulian- 
otnndarGffliBral Pollock (Medal, and CB.], and was present aL forcing the Khyber Pass, storming the heights of 
-"-"—If, notion of Tessen, and HnOkotnl. occupation of Cabool, siege and capture of Islalln*. He served also 
'~ * campaign of 1*48-49, and commanded a Brigade at the battle of Goojerat (Medal with one Clasp). - 
daon aerved with the King's Dragoon Gnjirds in the Zola war of 1875 in the squadron under Major 
ik part in the capture of Sing Cetywayo (Medal with Clasp). 



146 4th {.The Queen's Own) Hussars. [* 

__ "T*t«i»i" " AtBrmiii" "8iu»u«" "Vnroiu" "Tor/torn" "Pimisibij." "Anni 

full Hull Colonel -A\e\,ui<lcrLow,lC£. Cunul, 'zOct. 35; Lt. '6 July 38; Ow*. '14 JolT 43 ; A.Vu'lr, 10 
,-r -:B(.£f.CWeiM/,iaDee.J4iJM.(?bfa«I 1 iM»Jj 7i JfqfW Otntrnl, 6UmrcheS; £ 



11. I h^r -■.- 3I„/..r, 11 JnneBo; Z/X'ofoael, 
William Henry Hv.v.ke Peter", 'ao March fii 

if. C.Jmi'I. 1, Dec. Si. 



>, »j Oct. 81. 

igMsy 571 Qsjil. '7 (Joy. 6i[ SrnrfJfija-, 

.3 April 64; Cap*. 1 



rhnili.r-TMwiii.l I 1 . jiefaihM 

u .11; Ali'viiml ■ :AmK«y 

i-.harlM Edward Wtrde, J«jiHi 
, fni(r»n<iiinr(':r»bT 
I-'i-Jitifi'-t'iimiilicI i-tunoo 

Cecil Wvlurij Peters 

,'iiIjii Inniiii', .1 j-( 13 Jin* 
Si.«H.'i'r wmpole Follet* ... . 



i'.'-' 



Kl«:i!il .AsheL.TL ■ .eb.ey 



Rortiltl Kincnid-Suud) 



Edirin William Kxhitn 



j April 69. >i July 
i Dec. 69, 10 Jen. 



10 Dec. 64 ; LI. 23 June 69 ; Cap I. 9 Ang. 76. 



/;-.:, itd from tit Crimr 



laths Bajrimant (Medal with fmi 

or, Sardinian and Turkish Medal*, and 4th Claai or I 



Light Cavalry Brl(tedB , 

Clsepa, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Knight of the 
« Medji-"- 1 



'] 



5th {Royal Irish) Lancers. 



Tin- urp and Crown. " Qui, BtparMt!" 

ill,. i CB. Enitg*, »*5 Nt " 

i,iL.'.i=iCoIo«(,iaSoT. 
n - Coion.l ;th Lancsirh. 
I ■ , d Browne, .Ejmijji, '15 N 

/ C'u'nul. ■ Oct. 77; Zi.Grfoil.!, i; mr. jy; 1.911/w, ■ mil. 

Boyle Vandeleur, ("V.rrrrr. i„ .•;, |>i. sB; £i. '16 Not. 60 -, Citpt, *i] Jul. 63; Bt.Hiyar, 
I) Mar. ?3 ; Lim lpu.f...' 1:,;.,.../. , JnlvBi. 



A|.r,l :i 



i; rfajor'Oentra', ji Mar. 6< 



!. 3, I «««■, 
an at fiMNl, 

r. 6j; JAv'ar, 



*J_ 



Sum 

1' i,-,.r..;h ■ II,-, rv ri... 1,. .[, !■■ \ilt.Li.\ 

"-Wl. )( Jan. fa) j 1 

[.uiImik'Ic MmileEure l.'i<]'])>iiihul,> I,., v„_ , .f.BInli- *. 

. .1 v it .;,-.. 1. ,.-.;.',„■:,... Hn.M»...j' ■s B ° T - ""| '"•""}" 03 

jGTieph S[wncer Bcnj-un »a] Sept. 6s* 7 April 6j 

_„, „ ,_ Aijulu , tl Dmo\ , l8O0t _ 6t > 5Uar . ft, 

Cuuni. 
Edward Groves I'altT. AW..< drnktrf 

i.e. Cecil William N..n.m, Uriiw* 

Major. ^UmaM ... , 

AQinntiu Caapbal] i)|*noer - 

ThotnaaFloieher(&Jii.»Ma.« I *eDec. 7}' 

' CoartODay Murland ... ... 

- itiehar.l TuTton . 

.iml c;. Klibulaet ilfel.-u 
April ji) 



,;.:■■;■;.■ li 



a Splcn, Ajjlmt . 



Edward Chartoe w,Uum Gllborne 

Archibald Co»mo L.ttle .. .. 

Lluwellrn He vwoud Jooe* ... 



Ourtfe Kdwara (V* ^'er« Kenaedj 



3 Jan. 6> '19 Feb. 
9 April jo a Oct. 
a Feb. 70 is Oct. 



S Ang. 77 1 March 791 

e Not. 77 17 Apr. Co, 

5 Oct. ?8| 7 July So 

3 Aug. 79 16 Oct. Bo, 



Pafmater.— Hubert B.Owen, 9 Nor. in; Im. »4 March 68; Zt.'ij Oct. jij ( 

Siltu M<*ttr.— I'll i lip Kelly, 14 Jane 76. 

Q».iri»T Jf.Mffp.— ViC John BenrrmBB,'* w April 64 j Hon. Co/itum, 1 July Bi. 

Bine.— tudmp Scarlet — Aariti, Meaira. Cox and Co. 
BttKnudfttn India, 31 Dictmbtr 1374. 



a] Darlj y-Gntfi th served the Easui 



■ Lt-Colone] Chlcheeter 
I Om TohoTOayn, siege and fi 
* "*!*-■■» Nicholas served 



icampaign oriB; t 

to the Queen an 

d with the 13th Light infantry in 

of Sebaetopol (Medal witb Clasp, and Tur tub Medal) . 
>a Adjutant with the King's Diagoon Gnardi ' 



. in command of the Bcota dreys, including the, 

lad by a pistol-bul), Inkernmn, and Tehernava 

Colonel, Medal with throe Clagpa, CB., Sardinian 



Mh J q ne 1 8sj, including the battle 
the Znln war of 1S79 (Medal with 



1 Berrymnn served with th 

_. ji or Bulganac and M'Kenaie'i 

oniothFab. i8ss, battleeor Alma, Balaklava ._ 

(MadaUhli roor Claapa, Victoria Croae, and Tnrlilih Medal). 

' 11 of i8 5 3-9,andin the Znln war of 1879 (Medal with Clasp). 



... ."a thronghont t 

n [captnred three of the ( 
- h.— t ahot), In' 



Cbh (hmhihiUlug) Dragoons. 



TbeCaetl? <j[ 'nniiklllinir. '■Winiuw" "Duuu'i" "8ititro?ot." 
Onlopel. — Sir Henry Dalryoitilr While.' rCM. C.r*,t. »i. May -,S | LI, <■) Fen. 39 ; Ctpl. »i 7 In U] ICufl 

'..J'.,'. !■■; ;." ' :i:r. . ■ , L- . <:, .,<•,■„.', !, Murth »; li,.l M*l G««l 

Lieutenant Co'loVi 5 Kiliv ,.,j \'i;l,ni- ii..,re, t-\>r«'t, '' ;-. Alio;. 58 ; i(. '13 June 6t>; Coi>(. 'ro April 64 ; Mar* 
i"aoH»y6.ji BwUiV.iw.KflW, . ivi. 7-: /. ,v„ („,„„■ i 1 ;.i t „„i, .-, j u!1 . f = ; <,.■■„„/, 16ct.i1. 

■. ■■ .11 "■; .!"■■■■»-. ■■:■!.- ('■'I'r.. , .;„l.i:\.,.:,; 1.1 .<\.i.,i„-i. 1 Jlllv -,. 


ttuau 


»"",". "«** | <=*"""■ 1 »«T.««. [ ««* 


William Ward Beiiiull 


'jAag. 59 '17 Sept. 6.1-8 Feb. 68 | 1 July k 


Henry LeehaBlhi _ 


'31 July 67'jsJui. 70 IDn. ,j 

'ill April 70 aBOct. 71 1 May jB 

•SOoL 71 aSOct. 71 hNw. 7 8 

30 Dec. *t< ■ Mar. 79 

=4 Feb. 7a 16 Oct. So 


iJnly b 

| 


L„™..„. 


7 Jan. 74 

uFeb. 7! 

jj May 78 11 Aug. So 

34 Jan. 80 

i>Jan. Si' . July 6, 

n April !i 1 Jnly 8. 

' eaOot, Si 








clinvicB Hr.nry Tv( A(,iilaal 14 Uty 79 . 








Williiim .Tol.11 Hint .a*. s Ka.i*r>l Apr, J) 
















BMban) Qnwdny - 





Inoirar.— Henry Wemyee Fftlden," 1 Fob. 68 g Horn. Caj*tlit, 1 Feb. 73; SlufPafi 
:■. ..|,h M alone.' 7 Sept js; #"■. Captain, 1 Jnly Bi. 
Q*.irf<r JTawer.— William Oliver, 17 Sept. 79. 



ir Henry DalrympleT 
ding the battle* of 1 



s 


Urnkfrom 


India. 5 April 















Senaatopol {CB., Medal with three Claapa, Knight of th 
Medal). 

* LuColonel Curtia wired with the fith Dragoon Guarda in the Crimea froi 
ofthoTchoraaya, liege and rail or SebaatoDol (Medal with Claap, ■ 

of '857-58 agai"' "•" """"■'■•■"' — '-'i- .~-i^. --•>.« ~..™ 



— Iritl Ajntt, Mesan. Cane and Bona. 

I-55 in command or the Innlakilling Dragooia, 
ierman, and Tohemaya, and siege and (ill ST 
Honor, 4th Olaaa or the Medjldie, and Tnrkk* 



1 and fall ol Delhi 
iptureof] 

[alone served in the 13th Light 
d falfoTlenaatopol, 



Hindnn 



JaiatMay.b* 

E. . . _ igadier Bhowere ; also the affair of 
none and Kcrkrowlie, capture or Hareilly, relief or Shahjahaupore, and inbsequent tDtin a" 
hahnhad (Medal with Claap). 

■ Captsin Pennefather served with the King'i Dragoon Gnarda in the Znln war or 1870, 
Major Marter, including the oevalry oflalr at Ersungayan, and aubeequently in Baker Rn 
(Modsl with Clasp). 

i.Balaklava (horse ihot),Inkennan, and Tcbenajl 

„,„, ._........ . _ _ r ._ ier General D'AUonFille. At daybreak on akatil 

Bapwrnber 1854. when marching on Balaklava, volunteered with three Troopera, and cap lured an Eaoort oltL 
enemy'" Cavalry, alio the baggage which they were taking to Bebaatopol (Viotoria Croaa, Medal with *■ 



1 squadron 
Flying C 

rn 0/ iSj4-S; 






uspa, and Ti 
» Major Fai 



lilian.- -For War Services, sea Army Fay Department. 



UllHfttf 

ly. IP»y. 



28 

S3 



» 

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1 7th (TAe Queen's Ot<m) Hussars. 149 

The Royal Cypher within the Garter. " PsKurBULA" " Watibloo " " Lucxwow." 
Coloaal.-Henry Roxby Benson,' CB. Cornet, p 3 x Jan. 40 ; Lieut. *x 5 Apr. a? >, Capt. ^7 June 45 ^V™"- 
»3 Oct. 54 ; Lt.Colonel, »ao Sept. 56 ; Colonel, 33 Bept. 59; X^ * Oenaral, « March 68; Luut.Qenerah 

x Oct. 77: Colonel 7th Hussars, 31 July 79> ... »,. « * s« * B t 1 a **- j> 

_entsaant b©lonsla.--Hugh D'Arcy P. Burnell, Comet* 14 Jul* 54 ; ■&«• M 8ept. 55 ; Capt. p 3 o July 58; Jfa/or, 

»2s8ept. 63; Bt.LLCotoud 9 6 Dec. 73; Colon*!, 6Deo. 78; U.Co}onel, nZv^y 79 . T , T ., 

J^cisMsisyDrew,*C»rarf, p i8 Sept. 60; Lt. p ai July63; Cap*. p 13 July 67; Jf<vor, 23 July 79; Ztaa*. 

Colonel, t July 81. . 



18 
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11 



Majobs. 

Arthur Peel* 

John Lombard Hunt 

B.nghWCtdmont*{Bt.Lt,Colonel t 2^ July 80). 



CJL.TTLKMB. 

Harrie Arohbold Beid 

vj.c. Charles FitsGerald Thomson 

Thomas Hele Phipps, at Staff College 

Harold Paget 

Ron. Alfred John Geo. Byng,» Aide de 

Camp to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland 

Robert Roper, Adjutant 5 Jan. 76..... 



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*22Nov. 64 p 2aJune 7° 

p 27 July 66 p aQ May 69 30 Nov. 78 



p 5 July 64 26 Nov. 
'27 July 66 ,p 22 Jane 
p i2june 67| p i6Mar. 
p 23 Jan. 69^33 Feb. 

69' a Mar. 

28 Oct. 



68 '24 Dec. 
70 X4 June 



LnunvAjrrs. 

William Baines Morris 

Henry Matthew Ridley 

Son. Richard Thompson Lawley 

Son. Thomas Ashburnham 

Aldred Frederick George Beresford, ) 

Vieecu nt Lumley i 

Willoughby Baskerville Mynors - 

Charles George Welbore Ellis, Viect.) 

Somerton ) 

Thomas Hone 

Richard Lionel Walter 

Granville Foulis Wtngfleld 

Bernhard Rdward Mumm 



p 3oOct. 
'23 Mar. 



7« 



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70 

7X i 

7x 



15 Mar. 
33 July 

7 July 

29 Oct. 



70 

U 

79 

80 

81 



KAJOB. 



1 July 8c 
x July 81 
x July 8x 



13 Sept. 79 

4 Dec. 78 
31 Jan. 80 
xx Aug. 80 



i 3 April 73, 
27 Mar. 74 
xx Feb. 76 
xx Oct. 76' 

xx Nov. 76 

xx Sept. 78 

1 

26 Feb. 81 

8 June 81 ' 

x July 8x 

x July 81 

2a Oct. 81 



P ayw arfw .— Thomas Capel Rose, x Apr. 78 ; Ens. p x July 63; Lt. p 4 Dec. 66: Capt, x 4 Apr. 75. 
Biding Master.— Richard Odium,© June 80. 
Quarter Master. — William John Waite, xx Oct. 76. 

Blue.— Agent* t Messrs. Cox and Co.— Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane and Sons. 
Returned from India, 8 April 1870. 



> Lieut General Benson commanded the 17th Lancers in the Crimea from 14th Jan. 1855, including the battle 
of the Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and commanded the Squadron of the Light Brigade In the night 
iMsck on the Russian outposts on the 19th Feb. 1855 (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
Medal). Served in the Indian mutiny campaign of 1857-59, ^d commanded the and Cavalry Column, Malwa Division, 
is v ar i ous operations in Central India and In pursuit of the rebel forces under Tantia Topee and the Rao Sahib* . 
ste wore attacked and defeated with great loss at Zerapore on 39th December 1858 by the and Cavalry Column 
Masai, CB.. and Medal). 

1 iAOokmei Drew served with a wing of the 7th Hussars, comprising part of the Doaba Field Force employed* 
sjstast Native tribes on the North West Frontier of India, in November and December 1863, and commanded a- 
Madron at the action of Shubkudder on the and January 1864 (Medal with Clasp). Z 

• Major Peel servedmtheioxstFusOiersUiroughoutthelndianN.W. Frontier campaign of 1863 and was present at 
the stoning of the Conical Hill, also at the attack and capture of the Crag Piquetand Umbeyla (Medal with Clasp). 

* LtOoionel M'Calmont served on the Red River Expedition in 1870. Accompanied Sir GarnetWolseley to the Gold 
Coast o September 1873, as Aide de Camp (Ashanti Medal). Was appointed a military attach* to the British 
■nsbassj at Constantinople on the outbreak of the Russo-Turkish war in 1877, and accompanied the Turkish 
mues m the field throughout the campaign in Armenia (Brevet of Major). Accompanied 8ir Garnet Wolseley 
o Sooth Africa as Aide de Camp in 1879, and was present in the subsequent operations, including those against 
leknknni (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with Clasp.) Served in the Marri expedition 

1879 with the Field Force in Natal and the Transvaa* 



mder Brigadier General Macgregor (mentioned in despatches) 
• Captain the Hon. A. J. G. Byng served in the Zulu war of xi 



with Clasp). 



T 



nut Colondm.-ycli.tiH Warthy OhipUo.' fawMf, I3 April S S,- If. ™ Nov. 6oj Carl. *$ April 6*j 
_vor,ij8spt.jr; UXMnA 14 Not. jo. 
Wilhi.m llcury Field, Ctonuf, '17 May 61 j Xf. >*ro July 66; Capl. '1 July 69; Major, 1 July Si; Lt.Coli>wk 



8th (The King's Royal Irish) Hussars. [^A* 

The Harp and Crown. " FnWiasi sMitHf unworn."— "Limuiie" "Hhtdoom 
"Biumti" "liiiuii" "Sithtokii" "Oiitthj. l»Bii"" AiO»iin« 
»< Jan. 39 1 Ov*. 



saw 



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d Kanllty LuaLiiji.1i/u 



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I.mrratim. 

:dwerd Wood.itltrati 
linrlli? Graul 



William Renyoo Mltford 

ii'n Hint Ferrer 

Frank .)»:-■ -1 ™ din . 4d,.t**i . 

OharlM Roeflew Born , 

Charles E.lwurd Duff....... , ... 

Charles Nicbu ■*» CulUmrst Vesey 






1 July 
iloly 
1 July 
1 July 



pBtrnflrr.— Kdmi 
Ai.1i W Marttr.—F- 



I Byre Ooote, 1 Apr. j 
ierfck Eaton, 11 liny ; 



jo Sept. 63 j Capl. 7 Adjt. ; 



Blue.— Jfmti, Messrs. Oox and Co. 
Eitunw&frtm Bcxgal, 1 lfoy 1B64. 
rani Forrest served with the 4th Dragoon Guards ihe Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles 

. _.» and Inkerman, siego of Sobaetopol, night attack on Ruailan outposte 19th Feb. 1S55, and battle of 

Tabcrnaya (Modal with three Clasps, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Sardinian and TuTELeh. Medals, and ith Clue or the 
Hodjidie). 

1 Lt-Colonol Chaplin served with the 6jtbRcgt. in the Chinese campaign of i860, wna present In the action at Sinho, 
taking of Tonghoo, and storming of the Takoo Fort where he carried the Queen's Colour after Ensign Eraser vat 
wounded, oroeeed the ditch at the head of the Regt., and was severely wounded in planting the Colour on eho cava- 
lier at a vary early period and before the Fort surrendered (Medal with Clasps, and Victoria Croaa). 

* Quarter Master Hefieron served the Eastern Campaign of 1651-55 with the BtQ Hassan, '""'it VnB; the ram- 
naiesence to Silistria, battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman, and the Tehemaya, affair* of BnXgnaae aat 
H'Kensla's Farm, eiege and fall of Bebutopol (Medal with tonr Clasps, and Turkish Medal). "— 
the Indian Campaign of 1B5B-59. and was present at the capture of Koiah, re -occupation of Of— 
rai, and capture of Qwalior (atonal with Clasp for Central India). B — ■■'— •<-- * 



* also the Medal for Long and 








9th (The Queen's Royal) Lancers. 



iSr 



in Haiti 

Psy. Pay. 



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11* 



The Bogrml Cypher within the Garter. " PxirxirsirLi. " " Pchitias " "Sobbaow" M PmrjxvB" 
"Cmilliajtwallah" "Goojbbat" "Delhi" "Luckitow " "CHiaiBun" "Kabul, 1879" 

"Kaxdahab, x88o" "Afqhayibtax, 1878-80." 

Ochm%L—Sir Archibald Little, 1 KCB. Cornet, p 4 Oct. 31; Lt. » 3 i Aug. 32; Gajif. '24 Feb. 37; Major, $ 

April 50; Lt. Colonel, ao Jane 54 ; Colonel, 20 Jane 57 ; Major General, 6 March 68 ; Lieutenant Qeueral, it 

Jurv 77 ; General, ax Jan. 80 ; Colonel 9th Lancers, 8 March 75. 
LtOoMMla.— Henry Augustus Bushman, CB. Cornet, 9 Nov. 58 ; Lt. 1*30 June 63 ; Captain, 9 Mar. 7a ; Major, 

Tf June 79 ; 2M.£t.CW<m#£, at April 80; Lieutenant Colonel, 8 Aujr. 80. 
Henry Richard Abadie, 4 Comet, 6 Auk. 58 ; Lt. p i8 Dec. 60 ; Caitf. 14 Fob. 7a ; Brevet Mtjor, 22 Nor. 79 3 

Major, aa Dec 79 ; Lieutenant Colonel, 1 July 81. 



Majoss. 
Heneage Legge .... 
Herbert Wynne Apperley ... 
James Alex. Fra. Humbersi 
Mackenzie 



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Captains. 
YCLord Wm.Leslie De la PoerBeresford, ) 

Aide de Camp to the Viceroy of India ... f 
William Henry Fife, Adjutant ffortk\ 

Somerset Yeomanry Cavalry $ 

John James Bcott Ghisholme 

Bloomfield Gough 

Hon. Eustace Yeney ^Adjutant Doreetehire ) 

Yeomanry Cavalry J 

George Alfred Penrhys Evans 

Charles John William Trower 

Edward Bowater M'lnnis, Adj. 32 Jane 77 

LriunvAVTS. 

Henry Gastell Hopkins 

John Henry Lamont 

James Hunter 

Edw. Herbert de Tour Gonne Bell-Martin 

Malcolm Orme Little 

Edward Pellier Johnson 

Charles Bishop 

I Harry Ritchie Alston 

Cyril St. Clair Cameron 

Ronald M'Farlane 

Walter Kentish William Jenner 

Forrester Farnell Colvin 

Frederick William Dnfl 



corses os 
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LIEUT. 



CAPTAI1T. 



*ii Sept. 63 »xi Dec. 66 

p aa Sept. 63 '27 July 66 9 Sept. 74 

p t w»» 67, p 8 June 



z May 



70 



9 8 June 67 v 6 July 70 

* 1 April 68 f p *5 Mar. ii 

i 10 Jan. 72 

'27 April 70; a8 Oct. 71 

23 April 73 

13 June 74 

2 Deo. 74 

29 April 74 



20 Mar. 
20 Mar. 
zx May 
23 July 
13 Aug. 
13 Oct. 

22 Mar. 
31 Jan. 
16 Oot. 

23 Oct. 
19 Feb. 



26 Aug. 76 

29 Nov. 77 

781 12 Dec. 79 

78] x Jan. 80 

78J 25 Feb. 80 

79 8 Aug. 80 

79 xo Nov. 80 
771 xJuly 81 
79 1 1 July 81 
80I 1 July 81 

80 x July 81 

80 x July 81 

81 x July 81 



15 July 76 

27 Dec. 76 

16 Feb. 78 

2 Mar. 78 

17 July 78 

17 June 79 

8 Aug. 80 

xo Nov. 80 

x July 81 



BBSV.MAJ. 



29 April 80 
2 Mar. 81 

2 Mar. 81 



MAJOJt. 



2 Mar. 81 
2 Mar. 81 



1 July 
x July 

x July 81 



81 
81 



Paymaster.— John Warden MTTarlan, 16 Oct. 66 ; Hon. Major, 16 Oct. 
Biding Master.— John Marshall, 27 Feb. 75. 
Quarter Master. — John Forsythe, 37 Sept. 79. 



81. 



Blue— Facings Scarlet.— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Embarked for India, 9 January 1875. 

' Sir Arehibald Little served with the 9th Lancers in the Sutlej campaign in 1846, Including the battle of Sobraon 
Usual). Served as Brigadier in command of the Cavalry at the relief of Lucknow, and commanded the post at 
Xlkoosha from 16th to 34th Nov. 1857, for which he received the thanks of the Commander in Chief and Governor 
leneral in Council, and CB. Commanded the Cavalry and three troops Horse Artillery at the battle of Cawnpore 
iBanzBafiof the Gwalior mutineers on the 6th Dec, actions at Seraighat and Khudargunge. Commanded the 
st Brigade of Cavalry at the siege of Lucknow, until severely wounded by a musket-ball through the left elbow 
thus tees mentioned in Despatches, Medal with Two Clasps) . 

4 LtCeknel Abadie served in the Abyssinian campaign with the Transport Train, and was present at the action 
s Arogee (mentioned in despatches), and capture of Magdala (Medal). 



* 7. 



10th (The Prince of Wales' Own Jloytd) Hussars. [d^5TS£S 



Pinnou" "Wiiwtoo" ' 
=/ Wales and Pe*« of Connr«U.JT«. XT. « . 




LtirrWl*». 

Edward Tcnjnlo Hm* ....................... 

win;,.!,, im,.:,,,i i ■- 

Ralph BromOeld Willlnffton Flahnr „ ... 
Philip Durban,,. 

1 ■■■■■■•[ sranluy William. I-ori Ugil.T ... 

ni Hr-nry Pnn.cn H liari™ W.ltui/ 

Charlra Btaiiiftinli firncnwood 

Chnrle. Sandrs (*..(,., il^Htr « Sept. 1 

73), J.ij«faji*i,.NQ». ;; -,, 

i!,,-,r!o- M-,ly:„ „ s - 

'-rd Alwyne Frederick Comptoo 

■rii'il T,.i,)..uo AllMopp 

in. George Leopold Bryeu ................ 

irvfy MnHdg 

Cliarlfcfe Batesou 11»;^p. 



Hi.:,,,., U.,.:. 



en Murphy,' a May 6j ; Banorarj Captain, 
William Kin'g, 3 a Not.';>- 
El-at.—Aanli, Mean*. Coi and Co. —Iriti Aftnti, H 



Bttunci fro* tkt Crimea, 1 J, 



' Lt. Colonel Combe iorv 
Omoer 10 Colonel Fraser b 

* Major Bnbuoo, form 
in 1874 and wee attached t 



weired a slight gunehot wonnd on the t«th Auuuat (Medal). 
' Captain Murphy,— For War Berries*, lee Army Fay Department. 




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11th (Prince Albert's Own) Hussars. 153 

r Iom" (with the Sphinx). "Balamabca" "Pbbiitbula" "Watbbloo" "Bsumou" "Alma" 

"BaLAXLAVa" "IVKBBXAX" "SsVASTOrOL." 

Colonel.— William Neville distance, 1 CB. Ensign, *u Oct. 31 ; Li. p *6 June 35 ; Capt. '16 Mar. 38; Major, 

*x6 Sept. 51; Lt. Colonel, x Aug. 56; Colonel, 19 Jan. 58 ; Major General, 6 Mar. 68; Lieutenant General, 

1 Oct. 77 : General, 7 Sept. 80; Colonel nth Hussars, 8 Mar. 75. 
Lieutenant Colonels.— Walter Balfe, Ow**f, '27 Jan. 57 ; Lt. '19 Feb. 58; Capt. »x6 Oct. 60; Brevet Major, 

29 Aug. 73; Major, 3 April 78 ; Lieutenant Colonel, 18 May 81. 
Edward Stirling Rivett-Carnac,* Military Secretary to the Governor of Bombay ; Comet, 4 Jan. 58; 

Lt. 18 May 58 ; Cap*. 25 Jan. 71 ; Bt. Major, 31 Jan. 80 ; Major, 18 May 81 ; Lt. Colonel, 1 July 81. 
John Donald Hamill Stewart, CMG.. Vice Coneul in Anatolia; Comet, 22 Sept. 65 ; Lt. '13 Jan. 69; Capt. 

17 May 76; Major, 18 May 81 ; Lt. Colonel, 1 July 81. 



Majoss. 



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22TD LIXUT. 



)hn Charlton Kinchant, Adjutant 1 Weet ) 1 p q * 6 

York Yeomanry Cavalry Jl ' 

Augustus Charles Frederick FitzGeorge... 23 Dec. 64, . „ 

[Charles Verelst Verelst '20 Oct. 69 28 Oct 



LIBUT. 



CAPTAIY. 



28 Oct. 71 1 8 Jan. 78 



p i4 July 69 



J 



Captauts. i 

Edward Henry Green p uOct. 

p.i.e. Harry James Watson 6 ' 7 May 

Charles Edward Swaine, 7 4«dV de Camp > p Jnne 
to Brigadier General Drury Lome .... f J 

Kildare Borrowes 

Maxwell Archibald Close 

Lord Ed. Bernard Talbot, Adjt. 14 Sept. 71 

LlXUTBVABTS. 

Robert Henry Hardy 

Hon. Henry Arthur Ormsby Gore .. 

Algernon Francis Peyton 

\Lord Ernest William Hamilton 

William Harrison 

Charles Henry Eyre Coote 

Thomas Forsyth -Forrest 

Thomas Morrall Jones-Tailby 

William Wheat Waring 

Hon Osbert Victor George Atheling Lumley 
Frederick Hope Lehmann , 



7» 



68^22 Oct. 
70 28 Oct. 

68 '27 July 

14 Nov. 

2 Deo. 

20 Nov. 



70 

71 



24 Nov. 77 
3 Apr. 78 



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I 



ix May 
25 May 
13 Aug. 
17 April 
22 Jan. 
2a Jan. 



28 Oct 
11 Nov. 

29 Nov. 

78 J 25 Sept. 
78] 10 Nov. 

79 29 June 
80I 1 July 
81! 1 July 
81' 1 July 

1 22 Oct. 
22 Oct. 



24 Mar. 75 
19 Feb. 79 

70, x Jan. 80 

74 1 a Jan. 80 
74! *5 Sept. 80 
75 14 Sept. 81 



76 
76 

76 
80 
80 
81 

81 1 

81! 

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' i July 81 

x July 81 
1 July 8x 



iPaysKMfor.— James Stuart, 31 Deo. 79 : Cornet, p a6 Apr. 64 ; Lieut. '21 Mar. 68 ; Captain, 19 Jan. 76. 
\Miiing Matter.— Francis Levison Michael, 10 11 July 56 ; Hon. Captain, 1 July 81. 
.Quarter Master.— Edward Frajling, x April 76. 



Blue.— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Betumed from India, 7 January 1878. 

1 General Cnstance served in the Crimean campaign from 14th Aug. 1855, including the battle of ' 
•Re and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Order of the Mediidie, 5th Class, and Turkish Medal). Oommanc. _ 
* Csiabineers at the outbreak of the mutiny at Meerut on xoth May 1857, also in the subsequent campaign of thai 
*r, including the battles of the Hindun, the 30th and 31st May (horse killed) ; battle of Budlekaserai (hone 
<*iojd), affair of 9th June, and siege of Delhi. Commanded the whole of the Irregular Cavalry under Sir Hope 
attest the storming of the city on the 14th September. Commanded the Cavalry of Brigadier Showers' Column 
■oiBftae subsequent operations. In command of the Carabineers and Hodson's Horse captured the fortress of 
*bobbq with 22 guns and 7 J4* lacs of treasure. Also in command of the Carabineers and 2nd Bengal Fusiliers, sur- 
rind toe city of Furruck Nuggur, taking the Nawab. Commanded a Wing of the Carabineers in the action of Bun- 
4mb on nth Oct. 1858, also three squadrons during the subsequent campaign in Oude, including the actions of 
■eadipore, Russoolpore, advance on and capture of the fortress Mitoudee, the actions of Allygung and Biahwa. 
Bad the Agra Field Force by forced marches, and commanded a Wing of the Carabineers in pursuit of Tantia Topee 
'tkwe months through Rajpootana and Central India, during which frequently commanded detached Columna 
■akad by the Governor General in Council, and frequently mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, Brevet of 
loeeLandCB.). 

U.Gokmel Rivett-Carnac served in the Indian mutiny campaign attached to a troop of the 7th Hussars from 
reh to June 1858. Served with Fane's Horse during the China campaign of 1860, and was present at the 
oa of 8inho, taking of the Taku Forts, actions of the x8th and aist September, and subsequent operations before 
in. Was extra Orderly Officer to Brigadier Pattle during the actions of the 12th Aug. and 18th 8ept. (men- 
id in despatches, Medal with two Clasps) . Served throughout the Abyssinian campaign of 1868 with the Trans- 
Train, and was present at the fall of Magdala (mentioned in despatches. Medal). 

Captain Watson served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879 ; was Staff Officer at Conference 
from 13th June to 3rd August, and served afterwards with the squadron of the Regiment in Baker Russell's 
og Column (Medal with Clasp). 

feptain Swaine served with the 17th Lancers in the Zulu war of 1879, *nd was present in the engagement aft 
idi (Medal with Clasp). 

Captain Michael served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55. including the affair of Bulganak, battles of 
. and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and waa also present with the Light Brigade at Eupatoria 
al with two Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 



12th (The Prince of Walea" BoyaV) Lancers. ["dBMS 
_TlwPrtMe'Rplnme. Tb»RH>?Hn- .-d 'R'-' P-i-^n. "EnYrr" (with the Bphinit. "mm 



Oolooe!.— Thomna Hooks Pe»r»«.' CB C.r 

joJuiK 46; ^■'..'■■■;-.'-M -Mir,; ,7 ^ B'.Lt < 

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If. '16 Aug. 64; Cn/jl.'aBMay 70; JM.lf 
Lt.Cahaut, 1 Jul; Si. 


j«r, 1 Apr. 


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9 Aug. 73 

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1 July 8 
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31 Aug. 78 
■ 3 Nov. 78 

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10 Nov. Bo 
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U.n ;■'. ll..j,ry .* t ,.i, ,!:....-, d.-! t «'-"-l "■■•'• > 

r«.„wy CW/ry ) 

Henry AsHun Oi-l'. J. ■'..^. ..-.■' r .-,.'j.'../ /' , 
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Thoman Alifiin.lcr Hil-. A<;*i-—< • Jar. 1 
H». George William Henry Vernon . 









































PnriiiM'fi-.— Alexander Sidney G. Jnuncey, 1 Feb. 68; 
Biding Mailer,— Frank Shearroo. 8 June 81. 



1 LlentGeneral Fearaon earn 
and wu n volunteer for the d 
the battle of Jaahamjpore, 99th ! 
Including the notion of Buddlwi 
of tJia 16th l4tnoera, andcommi 
BobraoB and to the end of the c 



oe — J'anagt ucarlei. — agenit, Meagre. Cox nnd Ou, 

Emburhtifirr Ittdia, ao £tH«&*r 1B76. 
in the nth Light Dragoone at the siege end capture of Bhnrtpore, it 
unounted Cavalry storming party (Hedal). Served with the 16th Tj 
bc. 1843 (Bronte Star). Also with the 16th Lanoers in the Hutlej cnmpaig 
, and hattlea or AUwaland Bobmon— at Aliwsl he commanded the R11 

mpaign {twice mentioned in despatches. Modal and one Clasp, Brevet 1 



second phaae of th 
Brevetof'lbjorTupdaTwlthClaap).' 






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13th Hubbub. 

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I XT. 13 March 61 1 Copf. jo July 



April" 74 1 . JTiu'w, 15 Jiiiy ;i- 
Bf.lfqjBp, 1 March 81 ; 



Uugu 

.1, tin Klu.lcr Spilling 

Hu'tiiiI Knox ........... 

Thomae George CutbtlJ 

Krii.'.t Ki.;ln<M Hi. [.if 1" ■■ 

William l.'1-.ns-tLciQ.jr \ ;«.6S),tfn««B< > 

M^/or, QuiMo Didi-ii I 

ll.iirv l'r. .li.- rick Lane 
Grunt Liim Bralthwali 

Philip KavanBgh Doyna 

llfi.rv J'llin Hlacrnvi \ l,-',tl , \ ,.- 

.1 llmryWlUon 

It. .!..;[ i si.ptimi'on Smyth Htdan-fowail 
.1. .-1 -. ri- Hi . 

Donald MaoDoneall — 

PitzRcy linn Wilber.'. .roe Farojuhar ...„ 
>: .dfrov Ui.-*y Vera II .'■! 
Willi. Trlmi-lv* Smill ■ 

tloorgo John William Noble 

um Aiislrotber-Triomaou 

ot(> AlacLaren 

Charles Wilier Cottiell- Dormer 

Angus How»nl Reginald OgUtj- 



—Luke FiuGerald Bernard,' i Doc. 
orttr.— Frederick Lewis, 13 Nor. js 



',iS': 



1M|>. 70 

1 Fvl... ;; 

a Fob. 7 . 

S.'].L. ;• 

5 Msy So 

?j'ly IT 

1 July g. 

, July f, 

I Ju.lV -i 

1 Jul; 91 

■ Jills' 81 



i J'llV I> 

jMar. 7, 



isnf tmmmr, • April ? e;. 



Blue— j 



JFaahui Buff.— Agnti, 1 
Setters^ /ir/a4u 

_,. id battle ofAima. Appointed in Jul. 

Meade. ooneisting or (be 1st 4th and 5th Dragoon Quanta, 
a* battle of Tohernaj-a. Sucooodod Sir Jama* Boarlt" " 



Mourn. Coiind'Oo. 
. 1B/4. 






e tuurn campaign of 1854-55, including theOavalrj 

'th the rank or Brigadier General to the Hwtj 

id and 6th Dragoons, which ha commanded -* 
ar following. In command of the Britieh Cava 

. Tiof the Army in iBjfi (Medal with two Claai ~ "" 

vnh Medals, and 4th Class of the Medjidie). 
* Btr Baker Creed BuueU waaat If eernt with the Carabineers at the outbreak of the Sapor mutiny, and at Knrnanl 
laaa Colonel Gemrd waa killed 1 area afterwards present with Beaton's Movable Column at the bettJsof Onngaree, 

ilmi lila 111 iiiiiIiii ilBlnim linlnn killnl tin nn rum mil ml tlin Squadron of hia Begt. and a Detachment oftSe nth 

la nil a . again, nn the 17th Dec. 1B57.be commanded the Cavalry in the action of Putteeli, where over 700 Bepoy a ■ 
aarekOled,— " To Lieut. Buaaall," writes Bir Thomas Beaton in Ma despatch, " who commanded the Cavalry, aa 
nil u ir, hi. Kr>» mmnanioiia in anna, my thanks are Hpeoially due, for their gallantry in action and rigour In 
>d the Cavalry alto at Mynpooroe, where 150 of the rebel* were killed, and waa with big 
Penny waa killed and BerefUy taken ; present at the relief of Baroiliy, relief of Shahjehan. 
of Remni and porenit with destruction of the Fort of Mahundee, action of Bnnkageon, 
pension* in Oudo and actions of Mohnuipore and Bussoolpore, attack and capture or Fort Mitonlee. aotlona of 
lugunge and Blawa ; also served with the Agra Field Force under Brigadier Showera in Central India in pursuit 
' Tantia Topee (Medal with Clasp). Accompanied Bir Garnet Wolaeley to the Gold Coast In September hn on 
lacial aemce. Organised the nativee forming " Buasall'a Regiment," and commanded it Ibronghoni tha 
■hanti war of 1873-74- During the repuleo of the Aabantl Army at Abrakrampa on the 5th and ethSorambar 
I commanded the defending forooa. His regiment with Lord Gilford's Booote formed the Advanoed Guard of tba 
nay from the BJver Preh to the north side of th* Adansi BIB*. Commanded the regiment, now forming part of tba 
igiaented Adrenoed Guard under Colonel M'Leod,at the attack and es.ptnro uf Adubiasaie, battle ofAmoafnl 
lack and capture of Becqnah, Advanoed Guard engagement of Jarblabah, skirmishee and ambnaoade affairi 
itwoen Adwabin and the River Ordah, battle of Ordahiu and capture of Ooomaaale (aevaral timaa majithmad la 
■pateb.ee. Breietof L'.Colonel, CB., Modal with Claap). Aaoompanied Sir Garnet Wolsdloy to Sonlh AMoa in 

^ and oommanded the force* In the operatlona against Bekukuni resulting In the storming of the at ' * 
subjugation of the tribe (mentioned in deapatchea, KCMO., Medal with Clasp). 
1 Major Bernard.— For War Sarrieee, so* Army Fay Department. 



Icrbnent when General Fenny wi 



■s« 



The Boyal Cypher w: 



Ortgjid.— John Wilki 



14th (The King'*) Husaaru. 

the Garter. The Prussian Eagle. " Docao ' 

" Vinomii." '"0»thi«" " Fibimoli " "Pit 

" Goonwt " '* Paeeis " ■■ Oman. I 

1 Gerart, *ti Mar 38; Lint. * 



n 

"TuitM* 1 * " 



ay 3« . 

,,, . Nov. J4i Majtr 

'. 78 ; Cofcmtl 14th Huuanja, 15 May 7 
'la.— John HunWr Knox, Comrt, 30 



vs.; 



ler. 58 ; U. "s F 
i Ang. 6, ; Cap*. » 



0. 61 1 Cojrf. 'jOrt. «; 
Juno 65; Br. Major, 1 



limrd Stnptord Hickman 



. Willi 



Hugh George Googb.er N-^f CbUep 



nuiiii. 
; .1 uL-','-T,is j' h'a Bnglub " 

-irfjuluni >! AOB. 70 

. Artboi Ctawiee King 
. Richard " 



V...„-i 



W!e Ham;1l«n 
I'tinrit^ Kill 1 Hkynng Hemcry . 
i.'I.hvIl:- I.'-. 1 srci Htnoghloo 



1 Dec. 63!' 7 Not. 69 



twin. 


■eaT.nu. 


RS 




Jan. 77 




Jnlj N 





■f.— George Fenia Hun 



Teh en 



> General Wilkio commanded tha 10th 

capture of Tohorgaun, b»""' * 

Medjidio, and Turkieh Meu.., . 
• Lt.Colonel F.e.Knssoll Berred In the J 
'-' the poM orAccroroomi 
iriheZulnwarof ' 



barktifor Ind 






ij Mir. 60 j Hoa. Ctptai*. 11 July 81 



il (Medal with Clasp, jih Ctaaaof da 

njth December 1873; ant attached to Wood'* reftaeW, 
"-' — 'in (Bnrret of Major, Medal with Claap). Barrel 
" al ind Of""— — ■ 



Camp to Sir Donald Stewart (Medal) . 

■ Captain Harraneervod tbe Kastern campaign of "834 with the fth Dragoon Guarda, including 1 
JJalaltliTB, Inkernum, and Tohernaya, and elege of gebietupul (Medal with three Olaapa, and Turkish Medal). 



Adjutant General ind Division, and w 

the 9th Lancers, and afterwards aa AM* * 
S34 with the 4th Dragoon Gnarda, including t 



'oil. Half 



The 



15th (The King 9 a) Hussars. *57 

Crestof England within the Garter. Merebimur. "Emsdob*" " Box oirt-OP-Zn " "Villiibs iw 
Couch b " " Sakagcx m " Vittobia " " Pkh ixscla " " Watbbloo •» " Aighakistah, 1878-80. 



»4 



si 



52. ***• Colonel.— George William Key, Cornet, i» 5 July 31 ; U. 75 Aug. 33 ; Cap/. '16 Sopt. 37 , Major p i 4 June 42 ; 
! I Lt. Colonel, 9 Feb. 47; Colonel, 28 Nov. 54; Major General, 6 Feb. 62; Lieu*. General, 30 July 71; 
, General, t Oct. 77; Colonel 15th Hussars, 19 Nov. 71. - . 

Lieutenant Colonels.— George Luck,* CB. Cornet, f 16 April 58 ; 2*. '20 Dec. 59; Capt. p a Nov. 67; Jl<|/or, 
I 2 Mar. 78; Lt. Colonel, 29 Apr. 79. . ,_ . ... _. „ , . 
Henry Langtry,* Comet, *i6 Aug.. 61 ; Lt. '24 Jan. 65 ; Capt. >3 April 69 j Major, 29 April 79 ; Lt.Colonel, 
I 1 July 81. ___^ ___ 



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»4 



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Majobs. 

William White 8 

Frederick Henry Beck .. 
Henry Hall* 



Captaixs. 

John Bullen Symea-Bullen 

George Digby Filmer Sulivan* 

Alfred Smirke 5 

Arthur Gambier Holland 4 , 

Cecil Francis Johnstone Douglas 



LlSCYBVAWTS. 

John Henry Sewell,* Inst, of Musk. 7 Aug. 79 
George Allen Webbe, Aide de Camp to Sir \ 

Frederick FitzWygram J 

Walter Joseph Burke 

Moubrav Altfrey* 

Henry Lawrence Daly* 

Hon. Rupert Leigh 4 

Hon. Arthur Manners 5 

Charles Edmund Browne 

James Redmond Patrick Gordon, Ad- ) 

j*t ant 18 May 81 J» 

Harry Evelyn Stracey Pocklington 

TyreU Other William Champion de) 

Crespigny > 

Charles George Edmund John Manners... 

Percy Knight Hale Coke 

Herbert Christian Holland 



COB1TBT OB 

a yp libut. 

p xx Jan. 67 

p 27 Feb. 67 

8 Jan. 68 



LIBUT. 



CAPTAIH. BBBT.MAJ. 



p 22 



May 



66 
68 



p i3 June w 
r xaJune 69 
p 24 July 69 
p io Nov. 69 



x Jan. 
22 Jan. 
13 Nov. 

2 July 

11 Feb. 
26 Mar. 
xx May 



79 
79 
78 

79 
80 

III 



p 1 April 68 i 13 May 74 1 

*i3 June 68| 17 Jan. 75 

16 Mar. 70 . 7 Jan. 74 



'14 July 
28 Oct. 
28 Oct. 
28 Oct. 
28 Oct. 



8 May 
28 Feb. 

2 Deo. 

2 Dec. 
28 Feb. 
xi Feb. 

6 Oct. 
15 May 

25 Jan. 

25 Jan. 

1 July 

x July 
1 July 
1 July 



69 
71 
7* 
7» 
7i 



7« 

74 

74 
74 
74 
76 

77 
80 

81 

81 

81 

81 
81 
81 



23 June 75 

24 June 76 
2 Mar. 78. 

09 April 79' 

25 Jan. 81 



XAJOB. 



x July 81 
1 July 81 
x July 81 



Paymaster.— 

Riding Matter.— David Noble Smith, 8 June 72. 

Quarter Master.— Stephen Henry Staniland, 30 June 69; Hon. Captain, 1 July 8r. 



Blue.— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Embarked for India, 14 Nov. 1869. 

b * Li.Colonel Luck was present at the operations against the Jowaki Afreedees in January 1878 (Medal with Clasp) • 
wed with the Candahar Column in the Afghan war of 1878-79, including the advance to Khelat-i-Ghilsai ; 
XHnmanded a squadron of the 15th Hussars and a troop of the xst Punjaub Cavalry in engagements with the 
Ughan cavalry at Takht-i-Pul on the 4th January 1879 (slightly wounded, mentioned in despatches. Medal). 
* LtColonel Langtry served with the 3rd Dragoon Guards in the Abyssinian campaign in 1868, and was present at 
w •torming and capture of Magdala (Medal). Served with the 15th Hussars in the Candahar Column in the 
ogaan war of 1878-79. including the advance to Khelat-i-Ghilzai; commanded a detached squadron of his Regi- 
"-* at the affair in the Ghlr> Pass, 4th January 1879 (Medal). 




1* Atfhan war of 1878-79, including the advance to Khelat-i-Ghilzai ; present in the engagements with the Afghan 
•Jalryat Takht-i-Pul (mentioned in despatches, Medal). 

* Captain Smirke and Lieut, the Hon. A. Manners served with the 15th Hussars in the Candahar Column in the 
urban war of 1878-79, including the advance to Khelat-i-Ghilzai, and were present at the affair in the Ohio Pass 
fedal). 



i 



16th {The Queen'») 3 

The Uoval Cypher witiin the Garter. Art Cam, ail c™i»« a> 

"flttl»iatl""TlTO»Tll" "With" " PonHllITi 




1 Lieut.Goneral Shuts acted as Adjutant with the right wing of the 13th Light Dragoons in the campaign eg 
the Rajah of Kurnool, Eut Indies, in 1839. Served with the 6th Dragoons tho Eastern campaign of iBu- 
Asalstant Adjutant General of the Cavalry Division from 33rd Not. 1854 to and July iB 5 6. when tho division 
finally broken np, including the battles of Balsklava (mentioned in Sir Juno* Scarlett's despatch) and Inker 
siege and fall of Sebaatopol, night attack on the Roaaian outposts on the 13th Feb.i8js,and battle of the Tchei 
...... .. ... - M ciaaps, Brevet of Lt.Colonol, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, Tu 



.d CB.) . 



Turkish Medal). 
• Iit.Colonel Schwa.be served in t 
'rang), which he organiaed 



□ tho Crimea from 



saolt of U 



WatsrnJoof i_ 

Medal with Clasp). 



Iter part of tho Zulu 1 
il with Clasp). 
,th the 90th Light Infantry in the 



ath June (Medal with Clasp 

maud of tho Native Carrier ( 

of JS73, includ 



IB Talia Indoda — dangerously wounded (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of V 

' Captain Aylmer served in the Ashanti war from the »tb November 1873; commanded the Cape Coast Volar, 
of Wood's Regiment, with the advanced guard under Major Form during the march to the Prah; and after* 
commanded tho post of Eatiaman an the line of communications (Medal with Clasp) - 



' Lord St. Tlncsi 



it of 1 870 as Orderly Offlcai 



1 Major General Marshall, and w 



1SS0 (Medal). 

» Captain Boyle 1 
battles of Balaklat 
Turkish Medal). 

" Quarter Master Murphy aerred with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu wax of 1879 (Modal with del 




hill 
a6 

31 



Half 
P»7 



CAMAXHS. 

Ernest Augustus Belford 11 

Hon. John Pleydell-Bouverie 18 

John Montague Russell, 14 Interpreter, 
jm.c. Frederick William Benson , 



17th (The Duke of Cambridge's Own) Lancers: 



159 

'tMead," with the Motto, "Or Qlory."— "Alma" M Balablava " "Iwibbmait" "Sevastopol" 

" Cbvybal India " " South Afbica." 

°^Sr5? ^f - Pifild ^awhal #•• *»*«* JKo*«w George W. P. C., Duke of Cambridge, KG. XP. GOB. 
&UMG. GCSI. si June 76. 

riaael.— John Charles Hope Gibsone, 1 Comet, p 8 Oct. 30 ; Lt. p x6 Aug. 33; Copt. '24 July 35 ; Major, p «s 

Feb. 45 ; Lt.CoUnel, * 3 Sept. 47 ; Colonel, 28 Nor. 54; -Major General, 28 June 6a; Lieut. General, 25 Oct. 

71 ; &«*«ral, 1 Oct. 77 ; Colonel 17th Lancers, 22 Sept. 75. 
Lieutenant Colonel*.— «.#.<?. Samuel Boulderson,* Cornet, 20 Nov. 56; Lt. 23 Jan. 57; Capt. 17 Nov. 63: 

Ho/or, 8 Mar. 76 ; Bt.Lt. Colonel, 29 Nov. 79 » Lieutenant Colonel, 27 April 8x. 
Stanley Yeatman Clark,* Cornet, p i2 Mar. 61 ; £*. p i 3 Mar. 66; Cop*. p 3 o Oct. 69; Major, 27 April 81; 

Li. Colonel, x July 81. 



Majobs. 
Jemmett Charles Duke 8 . 
Thomas Arthur Cooke 9 .... 
Starling Meux Benson .... 



LiiunvAirrs. 

Mortimer Graham Neeld" 

Herbert Charles Jenkins" 

Charles Hotham Purvis 18 

Henry Fortesoue 18 

Thomas Augustus Steele 80 v .... 

Edward Bleiddian Herbert 81 

Hon. Lionel Henry Dudley Fortesoue, 88 ) 

Adjutant 30 Dec 79 / 

Charles James Anstruther-Thomson* 3 

Charles Henry Butler 84 

William Gordon Benton 

James Holland Dyer 

Charles Coventry 

Thomas Henry Standbridge 



COBJTE-f OS 
2JTD LIBCT. 



p n July 63 
p i6May 62 
p 2o Oct. 65 



'27 July 
'27 Feb. 



66 

67 



13 Jan. 69 



ix May 
xx May 
22 Mar. 
6 Aug. 
29 Sept. 
33 Apr. 



LIEUT. 



p 7 April 65 
9 July 65 
p 27Feb. 67 



p 24 April 69 

p i8Aug. 69 

24 April 72 

9 April 70 



OAPTAXIT. 



BBSV.MAJ. 



78 

78 

79 

79t| 

80 

81 



12 Nov. 

13 June 
12 Feb. 
15 July 
xx Sept. 
29 Nov. 

tx Nov. 

27 Apr. 
1 July 
1 July 
1 July 
1 July 
x July 



73 
74 

75 
76 

?6 

76 

78 

81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 



MA JOB. 



x July 81 
x July 81 
x July 81 



p i4 July 69 
'20 July 70 
'27 July 70 



12 Aug. 74 

28 Mar. 77 

16 Oct. 80 

24 Jan. 80 



88 Lieut, the Hon. L. H. D. Fortesoue 
served with the 17th Lancers in the 
Zulu war of 1879, and was present in 
the engagements at Zuinguin Moon- 
tain and Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). 

88 Lieut. Anstruther • Thomson 
served with the 17th Lancers in the 
Zulu war of 1879, and was present 
in the engagement at Ulundi (Medal 
with Clasp). 

84 Lieut. Butler served with the 
17th Lancers in the Zulu war of 1879, 
and was present in the engagement 
at Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). 

** Captain Brown.— For war Ber» 
vices, see Army Pay Department. 



3 ... Paymaster.— John Brown, 8 ? 18 Feb. 79 ; Hon. Captain, 18 Feb. 79. 

5 ... Biding Master.— John Perry, 6 Dec. 73. 
21 ... Quarter Matter.— Douglas Snawe, 4 Feb. 71 ; Hon.Captain, x July 81. 

Blue— Paciuge White.— Agent*, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Embarked for Natal, 25 Feb. 79. 

* General Gibsone served throughout the Kaffir war of 1846-47, and was present on almost every occasion 
» which the Troops were engaged with the enemy ; and he had the command of and led the charge of Cavalry in 
(a* decisive affair of the Gwanga, on the 8th June 1846, when a large body of the enemy was encountered and utterly 
wastes, leaving upwards of 400 dead on the field, on which occasion his services were warmly acknowledged in the 
fvfcfe despatches, and his name particularly mentioned in general orders (Medal). 

6 UQotanel Boulderson served during the Indian mutiny, with the Artillery at Peshawur in 1857, and in 1858-50 
vtttUaA's Mooltanee Horse ; this Regiment was part of the foroe under Brigadier General Troup which advanced 
ate Oade from Shahiehanpore. Served with the 17th Lancers in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the 
fflfHsimjiil at Ulundi (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

r tt.Ook>nel Clark served with the 17th. Lancers in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engagement at 
Zaxofnin Mountain. Was attached to Wood's Flying Column in command of a wing of the 17th Lancers and a 
troop of the xst Dragoon Guards (Medal with Clasp). 

• Major Duke served with the 17th Lancers in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engagement at 
Utadi (Medal with Clasp). 

• Major Cooke served with the 17th Lancers throughout the Zulu war el 879, and was present in the engagements 
MZninguin Mountain and Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). 

" Gsptain Belford served with the 17th Lancers in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engagement at 
Standi (Medal with Clasp). 

J* Ca ptain the Hon. John Pleydell-Bouverie served with the 17th Lancers in the Zulu war of 1879, and waa 
PNHnt in the engagements at Zuinguin Mountain and Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). 

" Captain RuaselTserved with the 17th Lancers in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engagement at 
™*oin Mountain (Medal with Clasp). 

jj' Lieut. Neeld served with the 17th Lancers in the Zulu war of 1879, antI was present as Orderly Officer to Colonel 
*n&7 Lowe, commanding the Cavalry Brigade in the engagement at Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). 

"Lieut. Jenkins served with the 17th Lancers in the Zulu war of 1879, aad WAB present in the engagements at 
"tinmin Mountain and— as Adjutant of the Regiment— at Ulundi (severely wounded. Medal with Clasp). 

u Lieut Purvis served with the 17th Lancers as Transport Officer in tue Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the 
tUftfexnent at Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). 

" Lieut Henry Fortescue served with the 17th Lancers in the Zulu war of 1879 (Medal with Clasp). 

* Lieut. Steele served with the 17th Lancers in the Zulu war of 1879 (Medal with Clasp). 

* Lieut Herbert served with the 17th Lancers in the Zula war of 1879, and was present in the engagement at 
Utadi (Medal with Clasp). 



18th Hussars. I x^ml 

"Piiinuu" "Winnm." 

CtUaaL— Sir ThoiQ.B Wtstropp M-M«]lon,' .Bar/ CB. Cow f, a 4 Dec, jo ;X( 'i Dec. jv ; Gipf. »gjnr,« ,8; 

v Jfq/ef, '13 Jnly .7i K.Cefomf.n Dec. Mi CoIbkI, u Dec. S 7; Kir antral, tllv. 6*; Xwalnof 

Smnui. lOct. J7i «"•""<, '- April 80 J CoUncI 18th Huasnrn, Jan. 74. 

Liautnaiit Colonel*.— Tnomae Phillljw. G'or.rt. »i6 Sept. 16. 1.1. s6 Mir. 58; Ccpt. '14 Mar 61 j Bt.ltqir, 

11 July J4 ; Ifii/or, .April 76 ; /.>./iht.»f C„l„trl, j, Oci. 77; !"»;<.»*(. -,i Oct. Si. 

. Harold Eadaile Mulct. Cornf*. 18 Oct. jgi If. 'iBDcc.60; C«j*. »i Mar. 64, Until Wnjtr, 1 Oct. 77; Major. 



. Dvedale Edward 1'trri 
. Harry William Park" 

1 Ilimirl Hivi-o Rni-r 




S I robraon (Hed*J>. Barred 

-'Eaattr Q . 

thu Ciivnlrr DlYieton, including tin 

TcherDsj-a, and — „- ... ,.., 

' the WBHlgn of ig;; in 

ml ..rths jtJ) Dragoon Gninli 

e July B, (Mrdnl wiin three CI a™, CB., Bar- 
Oct. B.'.li.iiH.i j|.ulTnrki»h Mednla, and 51* 
Cliu of the Mcdjilic). 



„I'iiji > in.lff-.-jBiBei'0'BriptiDrnrr,*3 Jan.Bi: Xt: n May 6.. 

' Win .If.i.'. ' riiLO. 11 April 7i ; JTu. Onifaia, 1 July Hi. 

■ Qwritr MviHr.-JacaM Merrill,' 3 Feb. 75. 



s present with a flying uolunm in Bnndlecund from Angus 



* Captain Drurj.— For W 



wtuk. j 19th Hnstan. 

TraSsi. , Tit Kltplual.— "iiun" " 

'•" g*" CeUaeL- -John Torke,' CB. Cowl, 'ii Di 
™!?»| NFetl.H)CU™J,i8NoY.M;Af >-6 



-"A»i»t»" "SuatMX." 

U.'jDec. 34; Copt. »T t Dcc. t i;i£iyor.' 4 9opt <g ; U.Coloml, 
I,tj JuaeM; 7J.G«i«TnZ.i Aug.74 ; Qntrnl, 1 Oct. 



_ sal*.— Charles Manners Snti 
lalyoa; Bi.Mm4or, 3i Joiy 76^ Major, 30 
mdsll Jou.li William Coghill,' Cerast, if 
Meier. 15 March >9} Lt.&toxil. , Jalv Si 



Cs>(. *> 



Capt, 16 Feb. 63 1 Bt.lfajnr, 



lluon. 

Arthur George Webster * 
Percy Harry Stanley liar: 
Henry Wiie Ridley Black! 



Clement 8m 
Alexander i 
JchnDanto 



Ciraxivs. 
tehell Taj ■ • 



Murray Aahloy Wards ... 

Dudley Richard ApthoTp 

Herbert Kdward fteynotos 
— ■ O'Connor Henohy ... 

"Wright ... 



'■St 



c*r»r>r. 


■«■>»« 


*oMar'. y. 


•""*" 


ijKay jg 

.Oct. So 




SOct. So 




. July Si 
iJoly Si 





I'a* «arf.r.- James Ogilvy DelgTsisr, 14 Oct . ,S , E* 
Kjiu If— far. —Robert Hpelre, 10 Aug.74. 
Qaarbr JCaaMr.— John White, 17 .Inns ? t . 



'■S Apr. IjiU '7 Jniy 69 i CssV, 19 Deo. 77, 



Bine.— dssatf, Messrs. Cos 1 



id Co.- 



Xersrsfil /rUM 7mii 



Sebsstopol. 






Torke commanded t 

lad wu severely wauaueu at inn uatue ot naiajciava, nis norae also who bov 
Light Cavalry charge prior to his own log being shattered by a 

and Turkish Medals, and 4 th Clan of the Medjirlie). He commanded the Segt. daring a 

Black Sea between Vernaand the Crimea, and thin great dials ter roe nl ted in the loesof jjohoraeK 

later part of the office re' chargers and those of detachmente of other Regiments 



Eastern campaign of 18J4, including the siege 

' ' ' ^ly wounded wiLh graj 

SB-ball (Medal wiSit. 

teentffiale in the Blac 
r |b« Hegtmunt, isclni 

afci im mr-n — * 

' La. Colonel CoghUl aarred aa A 

woiDUii.tocludingthe actit , „ ... 

~ (kamil i» General Showers' Force in the taking of the Porte of Kewarrie, Jojjhnr, Ransude, 
' lag present at the capture of the Hefghte of Bonah (Medal with Clasp), 
ir served with Lind'a Mixiltaneo Horse during the Indian mutiny campaign in 1857-18, aod wit 

.... ••~n boforc and oapturo of Itsreilly, Shshjehsnpore. and capture of Mohundae (Modal). 

lit tor service* with Meernt Light Horse in 1855- 



Us, and 4H1 Class of the Medjidie). He comn 
a and the Crimea, and this great disaster resul 

■ - ■ ■ " - iharger* and those of detact 

a Bengal Fusiliers throughout the Indian 

.tormlng the Heights In front of Delhi, tin . _ . 

ii In front, storming of the breach Cashmere Bastion, and final capture of tl 

1- .i. e taking of the Forts of Rewarrie. Jnjjhnr, Ranande, Furruoknngur, an 

~ 'ie Heights of Sonah (Medal with Clasp). 



a aqusdron of m 



al with Clasp), 



1 63 



20th Htuoare. 



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21 
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16 

16 



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-e.Miohael William Smith, 1 CB. Ensign, '19 Nov. 30; £<. *sx Feb. 34 ; Capt. '93 Apr. 39 ; Major, 9 Feb. 47; 

Lt. Colonel, »8 Mar. 50 ; Colonel, 98 Nov. 54 ; Jtftyor General, 4 July 64; Xfcii*. 0«iwr«2, 19 Jan. 73; 0*Mrai, 

x Oct. 77 ; Colonel 30th Hussars, 33 Nov. 70. 
Lieutenant Colonels.— Frederic Chonevix-Trcnch,* Comet, 30 Jan. 57; XI. 30 April 58; Capt. 7 Dee. 67 ; Major, 

7 June 79; Lt. Colonel, 25 Feb. 80. 
Cecil Mangles, Comet, ao Feb. 61 ; LL 16 Oct. 66 ; Cap*, x Feb. 73 ; Major, 30 Nov. 79; Li. Colonel, 1 July 81. 



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Majors. 



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61 



George Manners Onslow » ' ao May 

George Win. Adolphus FitzGeorge, Aui$t.\ 1- _ A 
Private Secretary to the Secretary fir War ... ) * 5 * an# 0x 

Benjamin Watson Blake 

p. $.e. William Chetwode Lloyd , 



} 



CxpTiiirs. 
p.e.e. John Thomas Browne, Adjutant Shrop 

•hire Yeomanry Cavalry 

Francis John Graves, Adjutant Staffordshire ") 

Yeomanry Cavalry ) 

Hon. Miles Stapleton 

William John Irwin , 

Thomas Barnes Weston 

Asoanins William Nevill Thoxjnas 

Edward Reginald Courtenay,* Adjutant 33 

March 81 

Lewis Edmond Gurney 



16 Oct. 
xx Dec. 



66 
66 



LIKUT. 



13 Nov. 
'18 Dec. 



} 



LllUTlWXIfTS. 

Richard John Erskine Oliver-Bellasis. 

Stair Hathorn Johnston Stewart 

Edward Riohmond 

Horace George Proctor Beauchamp . 
Abercromby Anson Craven Nelson.... 

Alfred Morris 

Arthur Leetham 

Henry Graham „ 

William Douglas Whatman 



13 July 
33 Jan. 



33 Jan. 



67 
69 

69 



13 Nov. 78 



3 Dec. 
xx Feb. 

1 Mar. 
xx Oct. 
xo Jan. 
1 8 Aug. 
33 Mar. 

x July 

as Oct. 

Paymaster. — 

Riding Matter.— Frederick Moore, ao July 67 ; Hon. Captain, 1 July 81. 

Quarter Master.— Chadwick Thomson, 8 June 7a. 



9 July 79 
17 Apr. 80 
33 Apr. 81 



66 

63 

X7 Jan. 70 
a Aug. 71 



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38 Oct. 71 

» 5 May 69 

38 Oct. 71 

33 April 73 

9 Aug. 73 

9 Aug. 73 

xx Deo. 73 



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75 

78 
72 
80 
81 
81 
81 



30 April 73 

* 9 April 70 

13 Sept. 74 
xs June 78 



xa Feb. 79 

7 June 79 

3 Aug. 73; 

30 Nov. 79 

x Jan. 80 

33 Mar. 81 

1 July 81 

1 Oct. 81 ' 



KAJOB. 



1 July 

x July 

x July 
x July 



81 

81 

81 
81 



Blue.— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. • 

Returned from India, so Dec. 1873. 

* General M. W. Smith was appointed to the Turkish Contingent with local rank of Major General in 1855, 
and subsequently to the oommand of the Osmanli Irregular Cavalry, and obtained the Turkish rank of Lieut. 
General (2nd Class of the Medjidie). Commanded a Brigade during the Central Indian campaign; commanded 
at the recapture of Chandairee in May 1858, also at the actions between Kota-ka-8erai and Gwalior on xftk 
June ; commanded a Brigade in the action of the 19th June, resulting in the capture of the city and fortress 
of Gwalior, also at the siege and capture of Powree ; commanded at the surprise of the rebel camp at Koondrr; 
also in pursuit of Tantia Topee and the Rao Sahib (Medal with Clasp and CJ?. /frequently mentioned in despatches). 

* Lt. Colonel Chenevix-Tronch served at the siege and capture of Delhi, and with Hooson's Horse in the engage* 
ments of Gungeree, Puttialee, and Mynpoorie, and at the siege and capture of Lucknow (Medal with two Clasps). 

e Captain Courtenay served throughout the Zulu war of 1879 as Staff Officer of the mounted troops of the 
Lower Tugela Column, and was present at the engagement of Inyezane, the action of Gingindhlovu, and the 
relief of Ekowe (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 



Mia. ] 21at Hn&Bara. 

r |1V — 1 "— T mill — Boarilla Haodonald.i CB„ But. t 

~\ Majtr, 19 Out hi Lt.Ctlaul n Deo. ^; Clout, 1 April 6a; 1 

[ 1 Oct. ;1 1 SninI, 1 July Bxj Colwl 91K Biuwara, 1 Jul; 8a. 
T Luntinluit OoloneU. -Gflnrge Furqahar Kaye,' Comrt, no Oct. 55 ; Z 

UJQIV76; Major, 1 May 78; £tmtnuui< (Maul, 19 May 80. 
nj Henry Ttj-lor.Q-r-rf, 4 Nov. ;6 ; Utut. 5 fab, jg ; Capt.* Oct. 



163 

j Cns 1. 34 Jane 37 1 
1 681 Llnl.Oaurat, 

. so Mot. 56 ; tept- 3° JoJy 6" ; BIMajor, 

a; Uyor,i9Vt,ySo; Lt.(Maul,i JnlyBi. 



1 UUOB. 

1 Herbert Cromwell Collier' (Sarif* Bvm&a*; 

i Armf,*! Feb. )ll - 

:. 'SrClnTleeKilin.rrtrrvdorreii.Bj.'C .AAjmtaml 

XtMtmerytlm l"*i«, < ai-jit ,. . 

Lg Hern. Henry George Lnou Cnchton, B*ig*dt 

Ittjrr C*rrag • 

17 Arthur Pania I. ■» 1 



1 Herbert VeJLmce Birn . 

I William Knox .. 

j 1 Benjamin Jennlcaa, Adj*. 
1 Hugh ktaurioe Hmnn 

j 'Spencer **-"-" *" 

3 .Llewellii 



1 July i 



16 P= natttr. —James Edward Kii 
1 BilimgMaittr.— Henry Blinkbo 
a I Qurfer Vulrr.— John Kelly, 1 



it«i dpi. 1 May 78. 



Hon. J. W. B. Macdona.li 
including the battle* of Al 
e or *6th October (Breve 



llior aerred in the ' 



n of .85, m 
1 Inierman 



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g the operations in the derange Jungle*] 



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id tbe affair at 



,.,. ...... imbsy Army from 1831 to 1858 prior to obtaining a Cornetcy in the SthHoaawi, 

1 a«i 1 ml on the Staff in the Penian oampaiijn in 1857 (Medalwith Cla»p). 

' Captain Wyodham nerred with ihe King'i Dragoon Quarda in th* Zolu war of 1879, and inbaeqneutly in Baker 

aaalPa Flying Colmnn (Medal with Claap). 






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i Rhea. Hcury John Francit 

10 K(IiE-H«rTn»Ii, Wcnlwr.rtli Henry, 

ro |... <-. llrlil.'wiLlimn Bruce Radios': 

jHu-Weii. William Thomia 

id Brof.ilri.-k. reward 

:*. Stewart, Ho: Alexander"" [BI.L 

. Murdoch, William Wftlpnln 
loTnrlMon, KdKBri De1>val, u 'j>.a.r. 

3 DttrWB.ll, Henry PountnBy ... 

1 IV'ttiiiBlinm. FMwitrrt Rr.rlen"' 
■ Aucliinleck, Jnhn Claudius'* 1 [II' 

? Kvlr., Sb.ti.i.'I l/niler"* ... 

SMuinw.'ll.Willi.mBtoprord . . . 



i Sr-M.ui. UichnelJohii 

7 Kllnl... I1iil-Ii Latimer": 

3 Marion, Jobs Henry 

1 DmiUf H»i»rtCant*in 

5 Tli.iniliill. i.'li!irk'* 

a I':, if. ^i.]r„-v-»Ifl'./l. (■■■'■ ,i-l, ., Si,.. ;„i 
j.c. Harney. Arthur, CB. (ffi.it.CWi.Ml, n M 

<■ M,iir','i,>. i'l.'i'."v f..i.^-.-'i'Ki.;j.(''.'./.,„„';';"ii,; 

Lrtiriee. Frederick Swnine (ffi.ir.CWwwf, -i 

7 l'rlce, Thomas I'hi.rk:!- 

■ fie. Hiitciiinson. William Frond* Moors.. 

4 Wiideli.ni'L', Al'ih-rt Tli'.rnton 

5 1.- M..r.,..,M. I r'r.m.-is 

a.dlr-t. Patnrk FitiGrruld, 
Ellii, CiorJ" "" 

Rogal An 
i Ipnocson. Henrv 'I.' stiitenlli 
7 Unci,. John Kleteher, 

1 aw* ■ 



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Fairfax, Srcrtlarf < 



Kgerton 
i, Ftuaone Hoy, p.fl.c, 
3 Btrotton.John Hnitlitli-lil ... 
o C"uke. Jiiiiif .-. Robert Dovico.. 
Qorie*. Bdvara Smilk, f.a.t. 

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j lillW. ii«.™J.»i« 

• Tlmmib-.l.i. Mm- 



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tf.ro™. Jinny Witn, 



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., /uirticter • ■> Ciiiiii^'&fer&Kryiirn" !!!!!].' 
, Henry .Si John Vauphnn La MarchuiS .. 

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ll'invv. Cli.il 



■les Frederioli .. 



Croathwoito. Chorleo 



« M.isiiiV, In. . MniiW 

<. Tin hn in. Winter John: 

J Lens, Il.nrv Fmncn. IVI.ei 

ii Wii'iilrv.lvivvrimrk's 

u Tyler. Tr.'vur Jinicu .... 
7 l...:i..-.il,.rii.iil... Iv in-;. ,,l It, 
1 »...r. M'lisiislirurf. Muri'us F 


? wVektam W kdnZd au 1 "'* 


Hell, jama* LuaHtra ..' 




John.::.:.; 



Bant, Iftury William Lovttt, Boerttarj, Bofal ArtilUry Institution i. 

'Jo-w, Lnunrd, p a.c. Cwgt. Intl. Bojal ««■ 'factory ill 

' Grnig, Bankt Roblntoii !■! 

Bernard, Junes Walker ]■! 



1 backs, Henry Weifie 

i Intre, John Walker 

••"lind, Albert Edward .. 
Ley, Bdmno,--" 



i, I 6 Holler, BdmundHnnl.... 

» '9 w - Kilner, Ferdinand H , . 

» i Vita Roy. Edward Albeit*™ 

„ i Hnlloy, WiUiem Gorgee 

.„ io Kulet, Richard Jackaon 

« i Anal, Qoo.Arfkur.GMQ.lntototot of R 

ii j Luckhart. Robert Dnndae Eliott 

In j Wood. Thomas , 

a OaOtmaw, Prank. Commimary o/Ordnanc 

I n , i Kooro-lUne. Vfaillend 

| \rrr7ghvWm»m''^ , '^ < ''''' """ ! "" ai ' J ' " 



Ham Henry 

W, Brigait Major, ¥orttmoni\ . 
•, Bnr,. Brigadi Major, .d jd>»*. 



! 3 Thomson, Charles William ' 

, 9 Carey. Frederick William.... 

Dutnu, WUIUm Hmry Mo 



" Aid, U Camp to Sir Tk 
i, Briga&t Major S.A. 1 



rlbr, Uorald Charlee Hal] 

xUeombt, EiteorA, Instructor i% Qn-nntrj, Woolieick 

•mart, Boom McSriglr, D.A^M.Qon.BtngoLZ' 
»tm»n-Biggs, Arthur Godolphin"" 



r. Amul. Snnorintondmt Boy ■■' .v, . 



b MarSi- 



Long, Charlei Wi« 



•ton, ddj.Unl GuivotA'iUUrrl 
Brigai, Major, Bckool tf 0»n**r, 



I Dec Coin Mar.). 



laDec. 6ol o May n 



169 

' "" 10 Jhii. 81 
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tq Feb. Si 

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j S July 81 

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1 Oct. Bi 
I Oct. Bi 
■ 0«t Bi 
iOct. 81 
I>0«. Bi 



Bpregjra. _ .._., 

Gralib, Alexander*? 1 

a ; F,-, B»m^t, Adjutant Haddington ArlilUrr Militia 



Loreine, Fred. Hkins _ 
H-rnam. WtitongnOy BnHur 



i.a.M.ViooConinlairaa 

Proof Maator', 



M.c. KoUmilt. Join 8mUem,D.A.Q.M.Qt< 

Saekell. Thomaa 

iCkmpbell, Aleiander . 



a, AS. > Wut h\d,ng ./ I 



OmBarrm.Angvtv HnrfJakm 

lamrio, Jamea Adair . .,...,.. 

O-CaUaaan, t—m Dwktt /,.;.. Anil, ft.,' ■/ hr-. 

Perry, iXael Frederick .. 



Natb, B 



— ce 



Ford, Charlee Bum. rU'tehawe,,, 

Robinson, John UvTeane* 7 * .. .,.....„..,..,.. ....................... 

rarnbnll, Georjre Wilmnt Maldand 

ISJOOm, AV Charles, Hart ™ Adjutant SUgo ArtMory Jin,, 
Bsaey-Pawnau. George Albert 

Freeman, Robert Pun Wilhema _.. 

lioleeworth, Bt. Anbrp ... _ 

fj.e. Uanrioe, Jobn Frederick*" 

alanheJI, George Henrr ..,,...,.,..... .,...,,......,...,....... 

Diane/, Thomaa Boben*' 

DsF.John 

1, WUIlamiaCT " 
1 *i Znt , 
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ti Apr, Bo 



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Huyal Artillery. 



id Plait, Wadbaiu Pijrott 

TJ.C. Lloyd, Tkewuu Heart,) 
BrifiKl* Major B A. C»a!*««) 

c KinnBoute. Henry Uloinfield 

a liichuLOTul, Kptii 

7 8hipp«rd. Wa I kin sO. Courtney": 
p.'.c. Hawkins, Goo. Walter,) 
l'.ii.c, C^l.l^.f.B.Letorarm-j J 
Lmt, Wm. ri.rraf, J«^<i<) 

tWioo, Ariiltrn, 3filiti.i ... i 

: " Pavne . 

£jniri 



i Ort.ry Artillery Talnnirirw 

p.t.e. Baberl,. Frmca, Initnetor 

m Mil. Sum-,,*,,, tt.M. I <,lh„r 

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(fl'.i/ujw, .1 Apr. Bo) .. 
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Brigade Moj*.'. 11.11,. .. \ ' 

11 U.hl.l'Iln, Hr,u;»n.l , 

j Gil-v. i.'liarlci. Fruru Kuliiu ... j 

■ Sl.:i-|,, Willi,,,,, K .„>,nu> , 

Halliday, Stmlf-nt Ciarlee. Adj. ) 

, A',uf /,„,,..<, .-)„,j j„ iv. ( * 

n Wlmtnlcy. IV,',,.,:.. 4*>C..(l 



JI...O. ,P™« A..... (W,—"->;, 
JWmnrif. If .( -i f... 

. SurL'll.WLlliun, HenryFrcidl 
J3ri*Het,Fra,?H.:tr,;i /„(. 

i Ftrri.'r, AUiisuder Waller 
Oaiki, JVa.H. lorrw,— p.scl 
' (Bl.Jf«,. j Mar Si)(?qpl. /..I. I , 
Hojrnl CVii-rui-i* Zbyartainl ) . 
so Parry, Oitlien d'tlney , 

SorJw, JVim™ IF*. J .... ■ I 

«"■»'", Ws'm ., ,'.' 

Kmpum. Ciarl- I-. -,.... J i - . > 
• o«lltoi. [ w*,r.Jrt.roV..(Mr,) ' 
. Curtfc, Willuii,, Frederick -Je> 

HullIWDBt"' J 

■ Dnlphin, Harry r" ilinimd *>■ .... , 

a Ditmai,, Franca Fr*.lrr*ck 

Jfwjpi.. Uurrw R<,a L«r.»l 

IBf.Jfojw, jMarcoB.) .. .} 

flou»«>rr, ArU.r ••.—'... la- J 

Flnri»f,»rlvi[^CI..«r, .) 

Corbell, Richard (fir ICuor, 1 1 

MarehSi) . J 

P«™, Writer Jo. /. i (, u ) 

i BwH '■■, John W. l,a,u . ,ai 

B tiri;(j in, Willi.' . V HooCUVe , | 

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Cart CUy Jr*. Jti/rtta j 

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5 Smug, Jimi.P.-lcr. 

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jiUu.tf. M-,reh 70 j I 

6 lV,li,nii,-. I,,.:- .'.,. rii.iiL-iH 

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Wigit Arlillirf Militia ) 

Walkur, llnrlicrt Jnrj. Oiichlor- ( 



Uvwcli. E.lwurd Thomaa, Jd-1 
/.to,, , March 7S j 

M:,i>iil!.i]i. (.'niuitantine Henry .. 



i» Llewellyn... . 

'■"ior, Oreo 

___n, William AJeui 

. Tnllor, Jul, i] Mii-.niU .. .. 

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a,-lM, ,'«*. Poniimi,, p.u.e.... 

ritiAir, Alfred Ffl-Lirr 

Sni(*, Ckarli. MitcMl 

imu, Arthit Hrlti.l*,, ,,.«.r. I 
fJr,.f. ..fa*l>irtrl;r..f:UM!mi 

KcMlniLn, Arthur AlQiandcr 

K" 1 111,11 .HI', riiurlt- Williiun 
BrMlf-J, Ar r l.i!,«ld"[BI.Mai. ', 

3 Murclj 6.) J 

■. Alvtw. J-Jlin Moriaon 

UiUt^jiip, .InQic^CarDOBio, ^d>'. i 

4 Jan- 7a - -.-. j 

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],,^"rtwi.°r!"'j r rr*U CMw, 
-onJ./nrf. ,. 1/. ..'.-, /!<„.,,, 
R„ 3 tii Milit in, An.drmjf ) 

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ill Aug. &4 jo 

16 Aap. $4 30 
iSAog.a, . 



13 Sepuot 13 

't Oct! 64 u 

[3 Oct. 64 1 
JH Oct. 64 1 

,1 Not. 64 1 
■1 Sot. 64 1 
1 Not. 04 1 

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.3 Deo. 64 14 
13 Deo. « 4 ■' 
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1 Cuatoliailie. Holt" Holme* .. . . 
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Iiulr.B.M CoU ...J 

A'.llil/,:,'!,!!, .!-)•- ■■ 

: Jnstulyp, Jasios K.lirani, Adju- \ 

CnrfB, William Da ■r.ea 
1 O'Malley, Qoririr* Hunter 
Ronfaaon, Frtuoli Ma'.thov 
HiK-klo, Uii.ruy vxiHuun, Atj,\ 

BasMrx ArtilUr, M^Juj i 

JlWr, Otarvr ii'j.'g'imtrH Join . 

Mii^iiiJw... 

it ifaryhki, H t*-'. F-rmaittr. , 

Ariaraa, Rdiror.1 willooaobj '"-.'... . 

j RoinBtord - Hojitiay, Itaaiaay 1 

WUIIaiii, Al,.'*ul ,} Oct. J9 ...J 

, CJ*ini>le,Kilii:> 

Upplrby, Jot. (5«o™. Ad/iUinr 1 
L<mea.Urt A1.1I+} U.'.l.a ... j 

Badfbrd, Artiur , 

/»w.. Frim- V-.-:i .. 

Freoth, Jam, 1 Plomer 

Allen, IJ..i,rp tl.ir.fO* - 

Ncwciinic* 1 !!'" He > "I 1 Jan j( 

S>.c. l.'r.mki.n.iUii.Hj'. tlutnpbreye 
on-iit. Jiw .M.m S,l---~ 
Sutl, Jumta Aw,r. Fru 

French, Fr^'id* Horace 
, Armytuge, ArWiut Vic".' 



iS July 6} 4 
;B Jnly ii t 
A July 6j 4 
.« Jnly 6; ; 

S Jiily f- : 
B July 65 j 

S Jnly 6 S 14 
BJuly 65,, 
:BJuly*s„ 
;8 July «s is 
iB Jnly oj ■ 



Royal Artillery. 



IMrrf rtUtUrrt . .. 
d'/nd lM**l, Adjutam 
St Art.itm U.(.lio 

■i - ■.. r ..:.,,. t,.-, 

■ J./l.r .'„.-, 

•oxr Alfred™ 

i. June* Ktfl.ltr.ck 

•f, fiwil, pgi.liW I 

OMKn H tie Napier . 
Ii.lui Miorulan 

•«.. B ..ylo. R»A, («rf. . 

. -..■;.„. *.-...,..•„.. „.,t' 
-' '«'.- ( 

H. Ulmmmg (w-Mfw. i 
w l» t .,t—.l. Sfual { 
trcuitald R-lwar.) 
nlcti. Henry bnneld . ... 
*a«. -/.«■ Aat, 
l.OuBtmm MMMXDtyj 

/....'..-. i ■. ;/,.-. trl jj'„ 
t...,; J,a«„I. , ,, . 

'A.r k St. .(,...'-«, 1 

'•«. lTredenoli Win. Jobs 

*„"« Jet., ji/.tex , . 
W.iy^ i'ori*i.r* J.I. I 

Ilium WhiUn itu. Adj. j 



U. IKnrv V 

TumueJl 

PW... /.AflUn Hue 1 

,-j* /.t..,'i,,..^Y, 
• e/,fri.'.w,«f.4w v ( 

. CoArlQ* Henry .... 

*t. m „/-.r™ j^... .:j. I 

.liiHrl,U l r | i I l, Vw ,i 

tb.W.'ierWm. JfajTWit 1 
■- J/.,.-. o*,iw I 

I/, .<■,.'■• ft,. Adj. I 1 
. Irl.K.r, I «'.„.,,„ j 
flurry, i^, . F;rf^- t 

■rjrkk Atf*i~7M I 
ftO'jAi. JfthlU J "> 
li ..- /-«*.>«. j>a.e. • 

KB, ...i|, . jj.u<i, 



Julys, 



ihMnl jjnynla, -ty, > | 

,'iwl/i-I.., AdjaUnt i 

drt.llrry jkhttfu . J 

*nwcu Herod. HiK-Iiui.. 1 . 

.nrd Ovflo, .JJ,.ie.r I 

Krcdw.ck Cyril.. 

WW »■:■!.■:. ;„ 

r.i :i,;..- I' ■ l.l'l K:-l * 

Sw.rge Frederick 
. A!«rniuh Hvdney .... 
ttdu W JrwfniM, I , 

yew a.riu ouw* ; ' 

fVeimrt Howl, .(J, , , 

. Jolio WUlbun 

William Huntunl . . . 
onry TfntDley Scntl ._ 
IK-nn K-lnsnJ " 

John hnerell 

vlu -l—i, Ami v», ■ i 

rliw. /i„«^ .J ' 

> . lie. th; Rowley, JiO. '. 
Henry ThomM 



July 67 
July 6> 



fat) 



iApr. 7 S 
I Apr. 78! 



. Mi.) ;.i 
May ;: 



. . ;.. : " ;: 



liny ;, 



ti:ri"i-X,;'~.ui. l'-''r".',V.'.-'r. .'. i 
iroJf,-, F«i £.h>. Adjutant . j 

OmcM.tir' Arttllrru Vet ( 

Iiiim.li.-c. KniTiclp .I.1I111. J.lj'u- J 



'■ lli'inrii mil, T h i:u-r Henry 

i S,-l:i!,.-r. .1; ■■ K ... :■!■!. I'll:..' ■■ 

1. ..,-. }l,nlj»~,r,. R.&t. ,lrf*«,-, , 

ilr»**« jSejer, ('or* t 

3"u»», Ar.ml.UamH, Aij.t**! 1 

M..I (-.'..,' .■.■l,",i:. ; V , .'/.I,'. 1 ..1 

J/nrnfy fi'p.ituB. IZrWfy Sl'^iff'. I 

Adi.l«*l TorkMri Artillery \ 

Alilil^ I 

T.iiiiar.l, Bear* Tmvora {Bt.\ 

Itajor.iUareh*!).... ) 

I^all.Ur.., Firtmiutrr,Me»9 Kottf 

' //iV.^'.f.'t-.Crrili 
VampMl, Wilii*m Mu 
Ctiauniin, Lientl Jamt* ArvArr, 
j.,..V:.,ta.VrlW«lliI. 
Self,. 8.dm Otrard F>iAtrick 



1 ■,,;;. 



i Riu.m11, Cturlwi, Aij. 

I Jiitylifw, Tli'.iam 

Fnoti,J?ra*r:it(>iukiirl 
AidtdiCoaiito."- 
S. P. RaMift . 
HiMiUi«, JSilnMinf (Jrw.1- Hi ."■». 
JJt. j .V.ji-li.».t»r(«i«lJrt. Pol. 
,I,J.»H ,.,((. ii'.i.^.il.'t ,i.ir,i.-u*r, 

Jfliril'lTllL n"J-.«( Jfuiir 

i WftlkBT.BiJs--"" 



1. li.iyue. Uliiift. UrLriLiiiKeHn-nrtrey 

3 Western, L'hnrle* KiHiiiiiliui 

B Rowley, Hon. Willi. liii rfiiiinb)-.' 
D.,e\dim,n\ltia*ittlM,A.D.C.\ 
la I*>rJ Xapirr if Xagiale ... i 

6 Uml»y. lliarliis OirmiclmPl 

Ill.ter, Hubert Honry EBwntM ... 

6 NuH«it. NuBont Juuntbaw 

Mil,,. PkUiy H'ilUum li-.-Urt,, 



1 AU.upp, Rmnilpb 

FairtlaH.jm, Hami.il Qtrrari, /■- 

. Ir*r>:- r !<■•)■< IT,, *■! ,1 . ■• ,.('„/ Ifa . ■. 

rilt bical Hit 0/ M*ter 

Big)*. Arthur J«X*. i,..« f •« 

(WiM 7 to «.• lf<y«<> 
Lookyer. Wft;; ( .r Nerill 
OJ, Pmlrric* '■»«. Adj.U,V 

1 LmaHn Jrl. r**i 

WliiU'tinnn', Aitiuir il j^«i J 

- * .Wegb 



Fnw*r. Arthur tt»o-*aU. Aaj . 
Pmtroti^rf. WUN». . . J 
Roplou. Kum|iuivy TUomrt* H,i,;li 
i M»jij«m. Wiiluun .\iijut;u« . . 
I ,>...c. tpmitm J.Wl«»tuoThoE«j 
11 Woibtwa, GtulP- li.i.fiaijn .. 
a PlnvfHir, G«rKe JMaes 
id flfalll il'Mir) 

t Jervou, Usury Nipiffl ... , 

Waitkavt, Kd*>* ir,„. t. I 
Adj. Stjult Art.lUr, JllUii ... J 

1 &V&OM Kdmir.1 ijhurle, , 

M.i.rv. (icoruo Robert 






On.rru/^,11 



■■-■MB. 

VuhDO 
11, H'i'I(m>m lir^ti. Adj t 
cprkMArMUry 1',1,-lftn, j 

E.lwSfH I- r.-.;ord 

.i-Ur-iuJun Kiancie Kdn. j 

a A-r.fi. ol fittf. 



TrM.r, .1,1 

Coflej. ... ... 

1 AyliatT, Prei..-nek Andnr ... 
, Jllji.cktuii, ['I. I.|i K1I11.1111 I" . 
Long, Cnurlci ' 

D. 'm '.'■■«.' "u'i 

A,U .V„./„/l 

I Scarlett, Ilulu 



1. 1 ■;..t~r. i 

H^r, ftoh.. 
irtMry M.I.I -1 I 
rl Le>wnQGO. n ... . 



July M . 
. Jtlly «• 
, July 1 
; Jnly 63 , 
; Jnly 68 j 

|J»n. (I); 

:.l,m. 



1 Jin. So 9 , 
j Jan. 6a ^ 



, J.,i.v ..., ,, 

• .liil.v ■ ,,, 

1 Jnly .-.,..; 

r .Inly -■,, j. 



1 Jul; 69 , 
I Jnlj °4 » 



Ang,79 

Sept. 70 

Hept.79 

sas 

Sept. 70 

oot. n 

Nor. 79 



111V So 

::■ JUV iy, 

■ I! May 60 

1: M».v So 

■ .'.l:.v .. 

™,BM»y 80 
jo May 80 

jj Judo 80 
oJtUjBo 



in July Bo 
1 18 Jul; So 



1 A Sopt.80 
■ Oct. 8a 




Royal Artillery. 



3 itwintiio. Jnho .■■..■ 

P > t Jof'y*. I-- ■ ■ H •■ ' 

I ypwoll. Ne»ton Plonirr 
ii Price, tjpnrjca Richantaoij 
10 w r i,. : .. vl»i^«. ««t.* 
j Daitun. Henri l'hii.|. 
7 !in.-i.- : - .?.. Ii.- -^ Vi-.r 
ff.i-.f. .. *..*,,( If. J> u 
'(IV... ... A. ,., ()«-4.r. 

S Hum. Henry Vaualuio 



ij S"i>v. Eo 10 Ileuururt, I'm 
11 noc. go |io ;»-> -r. .v.iim 
.1 l>ec. So :"> LVusan, !■> 
iu Dec. 80 , If" f. Johns 
1 Jan. Si j 1'iiciii.u. tt 



ir.Hj- .1 'h.'-^tiyreClugbtoD 
nrd Nathaniel 1 



S::. ! :3S:! 




ilD'Auyera ]n !•</-;: 



c Khirreil' (ipo'i-jre Frederick Farqnhanon..., 

!»<«■, //«rj Jo*« ..' 

i Murray, Arthur Mordaunt > 

■■Adam*, (■'"i.ri. JficW, md ^uirt. j ; 



fUmii. ■•■ n. 
Beaver. Fred. : . 

1 Dalbiec. Ilotifi v. ■> 

7 i:*afii.('h«rlp« I.n-lie 

Hosn.Pitl.lii.nuii" '.nr:!.. 



I':|) IPlC 

'"uaoUnlaj J Ao« , 



muiwbo, l'ullip 
* Jelfters, Henry Byron .... 

. Vieu-lu'r, Wi-.lu-r Hlniit. .... 
. Han-Lino, .IijIin Valium.... 



7. lad Auift. j j 



.■s tl H.:, 
= S-,l,:.-.. 
.Sept,: 
jJu. B 



c liliinrl.r.pdcvickMiLb.ii 

1 Pickwgad. Edwin Hay 

ff'^nl, JW-riirJ (.Mr-iamf Cbf] .. 

5 lvnli.ii. Artliur 1'ulc. 

Ii Inil, Ueury Welch.... 



7 NmrbiKKinK.rulrioM.'bii!!. |,]|i c 

1 Frith. John Saba tier j 

o Dalrymiilo, Ftiuicm Bertram 



9 Phift 



Jlrnrj tltritl ... 



"soh'r'l. 



Chfilirnor, Hearer. Hictmrda. 
Bowloo. Frederick AngrnniM 
Wace, Krnwt Ckarlcn ... 

'" lIlldgM 



l'. Frederick WiJIins 

4 Barlow. ITsiirLCI' Jnlin 

5 Jlackeniie. Samuel Kenneth. 

Bunlmrf. IltrLrr! Btlpltr ... „,.,. 

li„t«-, KJf» !f»J<>, J.(;W.,,„) 1 * 

I'(, = ™«:<'* Art,K f ry I '.■..'„ >,/„■■, j >.- 1'tC. 
4 Wftlfurd.V.Lllii.ml'i-onli.i- .. . ,,]),,,. 
, Blnde,)- , redeni:k'.;eiirj;c.™.iiA' ) I _ 
J,l'„>| l l«S l rt.-il,. OVoJ .. ) ■ '. 1'l'C. 

7 Graham. Walter Feme r 1 1 5 Doc 

9 Sanndcru, Macau Williiim ,', r)M 

, Killirl, Wi;Ji;i]i, I lmi|>«iin ,- Dl'f 

C'^,. (.■*<"-■■'= A:i.,-:.-,,;, A >j*t a »l , „ 

, ■ty,,r cf *lr>- Artiltrrg Vol 1 '3 »'■■ 

Brt*:B>gi*M JokH,<o„. jrtl _ 
aim Cu»»i«~ry 0/ (JnV«u«M J "S U™ 
11 Hall, t'miici. Henrr , ; i) 0( , 

4 llsmi>.i. , i!iisr.'!iitir,!>K.,.liif\- Wm. ,= Dec 
Flint. Kds?[inl iliinljiirii ,5 Pit 

5 Humilton, 1'cler Kliihci l'orcivsl 15 Dec 

, akiplun.C'liiirleiiSIewiirt ftjnn 

Riiberlkon, Jiihu Allictt 6Jnn 

IVUIwnlly, //<rS«rt J>,rrioa), ) , , 
AtiU.a»p.tfFaHartn,Bt*smli 6Jan 




4 Ucevo. Willi 
; a thinner' Kdwiinl 



1 C*rdi 
a Dirai 

„ Whcij 



.m Hniimfui-d Mordaunt 
eu St. Lawrenca 

.10, ,. friincis 



1 Biui. Itolwrt 



t'vM), Uniuville Williai 



:>*F-1 

Uicbard n 'P-H 



.ill, Kdwnnl L'infrOTlllo 

5 IVicslli-v", Edwiird Jnlin Kem.-otthoy .. 

a Hndik'ri. L'liiirlci I'vcdcrii'ls 

a t\,:„,u, v/,li', i,l lmvid Hindle.T 

1 nraukor, J>iiiic» Milturd antborlnid 

SHrrr,, ,f u *« Uiw< 

■ (.towns, nenrv Vivuiu 



.,10AtT.7J 



A)H>r, Wilton in.ermrtk \ i 

CMt^/atBiKop, I 

1 ThrinK, WiUialli 1'oitlelt 6 Jus. 7 

HrmU, nun Slicing, Ad/i. I 
r«l i p Jfy,.ff e.J «M/f Jrtil- :- 1 6 Jau. 7 

s«.k, j/»y* ^ioii*Vr;"Jij/;'j"i\ * , , 

KMi*/, uf rvrMi,, Art. Vol. .' 6J,m - 1 
9 Moiitsomcry, Alexander John-. I « Jnn. 7 

id Xirwiin, Juliii Uenm i 1 May ^ 

1o Bouuit. Emm do Vi»me... 
otu.JohuW ' 



E Hot 



t.Tmnl... 



ay (.Kfdcn, ^.i>n(u*r </)<, 
"rlli r ' . 






en Haatlngm ... 



9 }^nLiji.ur. FiKiiiirjl,! M11i1.11.11, 
11 H'DonntU, Jiihn 
B Templa. Jnlin .... 
r, llcrnmr-i'miinir, CJutrie* Ilulliur 
ttiwr /V.-.«nii Jfnsrnt M*e- > 

grtgertAJtancddaw.) ) 

j.c.Hnnlv. wiUiiuuEveniley,^*. 1 

«d V- ^f- *■■"■ Aradrmf... > 

9 Jimnmont Gen. Howlmid An. 

7 Coibcud, James .Ufred 

JhJAiM.Any Alt**mUrl.Ad- , 
rancid Ckm) j 



. i May 



J ;;';;'t^i 
.7 Ueiit.'.Ei 



::, iiu>]il'i.|-(l. Ui»liy 

rthiir Henry Wilford 



c Ncnuiri. John WiLiLmn Miiradin 

DoUie. Wiltui-lInalEdvarA 

■ Haittnrd, ClmideMMon*" 

K i;i'Mi u :.ld. Thomn Wolricb Logan .. 



.1 Bsitn 
ultapMI 



BJunt 



Robert ... 



iiilrow Hraca . 



n aVcI-.i,'.!;. Jauieabuickwootl..". 

iVulion, Ucnr^o Wndn Koliertson ;•' 
Womlruw, Thuinaa Ilcnry Jackxm " 

tso, Arthur Henry, Cawmltmrf •/[;„ 






, 1. 8 Dewar, David KnldiM 

"1 9 Ili'VBnto. William Howler Bi 

=,, ' c I'-.'imli. Arllmr (>Mhiu» i 

A\-ni,.rl, (;,™W rutt.rf. ^*ur. S'fHn- , , 

. f. Uadrat af F.idwtn.IIa«ta >. 

81 » Biulwcid, knoat CtoaHMKV „ > 



tnnuira ' "'"■ 

c Hnnler. Frederick Bme»t Aruurteb . uFeb.j 
i Boberwon. w,lbam Ji.ha ... . .iFeb. 7 

11 H.»v<1. Hymn Coem.. .... . uFlb.j 

j Cnrtie, Hurry Aluaulci Dyer .. 19 Feb. j 

. Erh, Alfred 'u Feb. j 

j.tOwn,. Henry O'Brien, /.*»I«i« 0/ 1 .,„,, 

c Plant, n'.i.'am Arthur 19 Feb. 7 

„ Bnu',. William Frederick 19 Feb. j 

c Brady. Rotw-n" Mu<ere , u Feb. ; 

t Loudon, Robert Duno ti Feb. 7 

j Qaroett-Botnek), Welier Dubhon . . 19 Feb.; 

1 Holler, 1. Billet liarlwVietcher . . 11 Feb! ; 

■ Bldoe y. Bin A:gernoe ia Feb. ; 
io Bowler. Fianc-a Wdford -i Feb. . 

tPnw. Anaor Kpenwr ., >a Feb. ■ 

iBIeoif. W i.,a-. >:..», laFeb. 

Uooee. Gilbert Salioen 11 Feb. : 

cMo-ii' >. r ra-.f... J -. :,o 19 Feb. ; 

■ Ifaberly, CbArlee Kaen .9 Feb. • 

t Ku|*r. fb».:»t v,cuir Bremer laFob. ; 

j Hai.w.r.1. Arthur Clifton 17 Aug! 

c Xl'-iut, KlmaiHl tU'.lHn . . .. i7Aug. 

■ Burton, henjejnjn . 17 Aug. : 

a Allen, John Richard Howard 17 Aug. ; 

» Bullion. Jemes w.ifrrrt tjAug. ; 

Fault. TVt.eAard Preltr* Ttimat 17 Aug. 

DmJ. BtoMtkamp ,, , .. 17 Aug.; 

■ : Baser*. Hem-.; M.rbee^ 17 Aug. 

1 Fcl. J. .3D Percy 17 Aug. ■ 

j Biu,|»..a. Joau Murray '7Aug. ■ 

4 Hameon. Robert Arthur Gwyone 17 Aug. ■ 

k P»™.d». Charlr* Mini IHTinci.iBe 1 ** ij Aug. 

Ura.kan Wail- d.J-» . . .7 Aug. ; 

8 Kril .-. l 'I. ...... *,.ufl,. 1* .7 Aug.; 

Simpm. Ht.rt CiHttri [bau/l tlmnlup <7 Aug. ; 

A Balfour. Wm. g.dward Ligoovr '/Aug.; 

c Gallon, Hubert Genrg« Howard ... . . 17 Aug. 7 

rx Pnrva. Alexander Burn dge .. . 17 Aug. 7 

f.fWyi.,,,1... K..wb>«. i-nlmil 0/.1 Co- 1 ,.,..„ 

nil^On'lnnMKI .1 "Aug.7 

■ FftMjj.n^. K-.in-.-i w.:: *~. .»Ju., 

9 Duwnuiir. Iievil Fiu,c»ra;d jflJau, 7 

! Tcr. ;;■;.. . , :, , „,. ((.llMl . 'l8 Jan. ; 

a Bell Irving. Andrew ... .. »8 Jen. 7 

I Naeb. KUward , , 18 Jan. 5 

1 ScUler, Hecry 1'nrbloti 18 Jan. 7 

I Ph.;.,;.. 1*>. . ..--j) i'ahvi.u Wynn ... . JBJun. 7 

■ M»y. EJ«»M r s*nrl"fr' er . !..!..!!!!" *8 Jan! J 

c Leach. rb-KliiaM Pembertou 18 Jan. 7 

I Boor. Ociavkw 18 Jan, j 

1 Boothby. Keg.tald ttrelyu 18 Jan. j 

id Dexi.y. »i:lmm Henry 18 Jan. 7 

iluWaV... Wa.wrFji'iart.>r. LuJ^v.c Is Jan! 7 

t jt.Bau;. 11 : f . Richard Alb 



































Boothby, Georira Murray 






























9AHR.7S 


Inn* of* I' -pa-, .flifHtmtn Cat,/, , 

Foster, Haym<.:..i iimr.ea 

Uwitoa. Start Stuultn 








Cutum, Frflnfm Alt'" "ti 






Ennllab, Joseph Oiley . 








































Dani oil, Arthur Ceirnc* 





A-oifc, CTar™-. flu-mat Itc.i 

AIhIj-, AnthoLj- John .. 

Fui. FnuioiiJubn 
Barlow, Char.ce Menryn 
Taylor, William Henry Forbee . 
Polly, Charles UinnlUiu 
HeyWd. John Itoaley Kyffln Lloy 
C»mpbe11, John Alei. Liv.ngetono 
UraiB. John Fnjici*. Ault .U Cimp I 

Olw»ri/IUV l »r l A H 

Ad,e,John . 



..Ai,-, Bran Tammtni 
milry, Henry Bu*rden 



DHuab 
on.Oeorg. Ortgory . 

v-Dunl-,-, K.-nr> l„tu.n 
C.Hcmy il«.i-..l :,"..,.«■ 



;e.and 



c. K4n... 



w Godfrey Vijniolei, Bart, . 

■ auR, muKnn Frederick .,...,... ,,.. 

■ Waaieru, fbar.oo Mainn.llai. Tbomaa 
6 Brprf-i-.^. Waiter Kbeoeier 

a Donlop. Jauiea William 

( Kortou. Gilbert Freilpnck Allan 

11 Alton. Tboma* UampdeD Krtu ... .. . 

BUm. a mwti Ed *ti ii 4M*C n tm a mMmiArtm'. . 
If, r--,: luptU—.: I :..*-. ...... ,, 

c Hmjnei.. UuhenLew.a 

■ Hirkmao. Host F«Jli»er ,,, 

Trnrr, A'fnd Ui t U,d Parmt .. 

5 GvU'i, Kdgar John 

, Churchward, Waller Stanbury 

6 Doneler>i.>. Enlghtley dialkur 
Walker, u^vle* Edward . 

8 Moherly. Walter Frederick Oeorge 

. Pleraon taekli'™!™"™"."™"! 

5 Kuaeell. Andrew Irneat , 

, Orr. J.sbn Klpbiiuiana Uugh 

1 floiiib. wdliem Aabley ... 

4 Biuluahin. George Haaunit* 

6 Bicki. W.lbam Jubn .. 



A-Ifjy, Hick. ilutJ ..,.,!/ Jf ru »j« rVa.r. 

MonlKomoryianipbell. Huge 

Berry, Jamen llnv <\, A\ttt At Camp it, 1 



CbnrU 



c Porteoua, Jol ■- Jainea 
8 Bnrmeater, Arnold C 
1 Ward, Frede nek II. 
6 Bruen, Henry 
1 Felly, Henry Gerald 

1 Triecou. ^hariea It 
■ Foord. Edward 
1 Hhi Oner, John 
1 Aclejul, Fnuiobi K.lw 
3 Boilcnu. Arthur Cud. 
Mngratb, (Jnarlt 



lword Dyke .. 
ITtrdertek . . . 



1. Aug.jS 
it Aog. 76 

it Aug. j6 

1. Aug! JS 
u Aug. ,6 
It Aug. 7« 
1 1 Aug. 76 
t. Ang, yfi 



1 Tyldeu, Ilirh ,■■ 
a Ranuay, if°« GhA 
9 Jervoie, Charlea & 



4 Croft, H wry Jehu ... . 

Bnrrowa. Bdmuud Auiuaunc. J DC 
U Afu.jr Dive P ,.> 
1 Crofton, Caldwell Henry 

■ Waten. WaUecouit Htly.Huicbmeoo . 

■ Counll, Cbariee Dormer 

> Carter. Alfred Hoary .. 



6 Andereon. W i:.»i„ 1 v 
5 Lanluer-Ctar.. . ■:.. 
, Kinclnir. Kmi " - M..i 
8 llolwrls, Hirh.^ IT.., 
4 M'Crea, Ricliard Frun 
3 Many, Willia- ■.- >., 



...*% eu. It 



74 



lloyal Artillery. 



• Reynolds, Cecil Edward 

S Faber. Writer VHvas.mr . 

MtlM, Jo\n Wm a*bi*qlc, 

* Ji'Pvin-WhHj;-Jervi;i, J.;lin Henry .. 

S Connolly, William Hallett 

i Guthrie, James Dunlar 

i Gordon, Charles William 

4 Briscoe, Edtc.nl Wil.i.ni 

4 Russell, William Melbourne... 

5 Hare, Edward Humphrey 

4 Slater. Henry Mnrtyn 

4 Fegen, MusmUi Fitiemy 

i Hoyn.au, Cecil Ediv«rd Hamilton . 

6 Blewitt, Charles Turuor 

6 Pnterson, Edward Hamilton 

a Bali, Henry JuI.it 

3 In K ln. Tbomua Drtiwinoad 

3 Robinson. Chnrier Tartar ..... 

i Anderson, Edmund llid'ar 

5 Hanham. Pbeiips Brooke 

8 Froat, George Alfred 

. Ct-.Mpiinri, Hi-rlji'rr. Aloxmidcr 

to Foster. John Itutlrny 

■I Utiliun, Wilimm Juhi: Arnold 

Poet. Edmund 

3 Vans-Ague-.-. John Fn^er 

1 Gordon, Arthur William Bolton 

Di Liitr, Frr4rrict Anuria 

ii Kelson. Horace Sydney 

1 Grionmn. Jumce JIuncrioff 

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i Smith, Stanley Genree Drew 

i Wingate, (ieorgo Miller 

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i Wilson, Charles Henry Luttroll Fuh 

5 Toms, Friinrin VvvM Homl 

i Horauy, Edmund John Fhirjns- 

i Leslie, John Henry 

. Barle, Willinm Henry Simeon 

6 Nicolls, E'lmund Guslnvus . ., 

5 Bbatc, Arthur lllagdi'ii 

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6 Moli'ii.'oilli. HieJinuiu Cniivlord 

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3 OullwHI. Chm-iea Eilwurd .. 

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i Lccky. Frederick LIcMucimmi, .. 

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t Rogers. Hugh Henry 

4 Watkins. Charles Bell 

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9 Champion, Henrv Hyde 

n Bushe, Thomas Francis 

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Aiuma-i Aiuinun Qniui. I » Sculk-j 

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peon, John Beylii, 14 Jang 59 ; In. Uaj 
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rt, idmand. n Jan. 68 1 Him. Capiat., , Jo 

t. Iliac, »• i March 71 ; fi». Captain, 1 Ju 

, Joeeph, ij June 73. 

ard. nfphraim, 15 Not. 74. 

By, Robert, . April 75. 

ma, George, 1 April 75. 

r, Jraderiek, 1 April 75. 

tfillinin, 8 Sept. jj. 

n, Chriatopher, i] Not. 79. 

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■, John, 14 Jan. 80. 

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1 Captain Blade* pervert in the 
with Clasp, anil Turkish Medal). 

* Captain 3 prent served in tbe Crimean campaign In iS 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal), Served will the expedition! 

1 Captain Coleman served in the Crimean campaign ii 



Crimean campaign of 18J4-55, Including the siege and fall of Sebastond t> 



lading the siege and rail of Babaatopol QUH 
in China in iSsj-jo (Medal), 
including the siege and (mil of 



• Captain Dave 



rf Tangk« and the Taku Forts (Modal 
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■ Lieut. Itichcy Be; 



3 with Clan). 

;ho affairs of 

.„ all of Betas 

una, including she nor 
ie Taoping rebels,™* 



pbaso of the Ashontl war in 1874 (Medal). 



Royal Malta Fencible Artillery. 

The Rural Cypher and a Maltese Cross. 
Co to siL. —"James Lassarini, 5 Sept. 3i. 
Muus.— • U-vqutt Baverio de Piro, 5 Sept. 77. 



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it Sciortino, a itsreh 18, 



I •Charles Trapanl, 14 Nor. t*. 
■Alfred Trepani, 1 Sept. So. 
■4. •Achilles F. P. M. J, A. P. X. Bammnt, 1 Sept 



•Edmund Biiio. 1; Sept. 61. 
•Alfred Sant- Founder, 3 Doc. 6. . 
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1 of the lioijal Artillery. 



rrom Sebaetopolon the a61h October; succeeded to _. _,„. 

teof Scbeetopol. after Brigadier General Strangwaje was killed at Inkermao on the rth Nor. i<« 
Clasps, SCB„ Commander of the Legion of Honor, Commander 1st Class Military Order of Ba» 

a defence of Kwa. and for Ui dMiBf 



War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 187-188 

eras promoted Major General, nominated a KCB., nnd created a Baronet; lias* nls>o received tUe ist Class of 

ish Order of the Medjidie, and it* a Grand Officer of the French Legion of Honor. 

iward Sabine served the campaign on the Niagara Frontier in 18 14, and commanded the Batteries at the 

'ort Erie in August and September. 

ral England served the expedition to the Weeer in 1805-6; to the Cope of Good Hope and South 

in 1806-7 ; campaign of 1813 in the Peninsula, including the battle of Vittoria and siege of San Sebastian, 

1 he has received the Silver War Medal with two Clasps. 

ohn St. George served in the Crimean campaign from March 1855. nnd commnrded the s ? ege train nt the 

barttopol (Medal with Clasp, C2?., Officer of the Legion of Honor. 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 

dward Warde served in the Crimean campaign of J855, in command of the pt'cjjc train before Sebastopol, 
>resent at the bombardments of 9th April and 6th and 17th Jui»e (Medal with Clasp, CU., Officer of the 
Honor, 4 th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal) 

oiling wood Dickson served on the staff of Lord Raglan during the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, and was 
; the affaire of Bulganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma and Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, 
1 to Kertch, and siege of Sevastopol (wounded 4th Feb. 1855) ; commanded the right siege train, and was 
f the bombardments of 17th October, 9th April, and 17th June (Medal with four Clasps, CB., Aide de Camp 
»n and Colonel, Victoria Cross, Officer of the Legion of Honor, 2nd Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
He is also a Knight of Charles tho Third, ist Class St. Fernando, and Knight of Isabella the Catholic, 
avid Edward Wood commanded the Royal Artillery on the Eastern frontier of the Cape of Good Hope 
& insurrection of the Boers and Kaffirs in 1842-43 (Medal). Served in the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, 
landed the Royal Artillery of the 4th Division at the battles of Balaklava and Inkerman, repulse of the 
.he 26th Oct. 1854, and during the siege of Sebastopol, until the final capture of the town ; was afterwards 

the command of the Royal Horse Artillery, which he commanded until the close of the war in June 1856 
th three Clasps, CB., Officer of the Legion of Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Com- 
ae Royal Horse Artillery in India from Oct. 1857 to Feb. 1859 ; commanded the Royal Horse Artillery in 
of Pandora, where they acted as Cavalry and charged and defeated a large force of rebel Sepoys ; com- 
s Brigadier the Field Artillery in the operations previous to and during the siege of Lucknow, and at the 

1 of the siege and final capture of the town commanded the whole of the Artillery until the Army was 
». Subsequently to the capture of Lucknow was appointed to command the Station and Fort of Allahabad, 
»d on the successful operations against the rebels in that part of the country — four times mentioned in 
s (Medal with Clasp, KCB). 

unes William Fitzmayer served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of Bulganac and 
8 Farm, battles of Alma and Inkerman, eiege and fall of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th 
I54; was complimented on parade by Sir De Lacy Evans for his manner in bringing the Artillery at the 
er "the hottest fire," and was again thanked by Sir De Lacy, and twice mentioned in his despatch on the 
the sortie on 26th October 1854 (Medal with three Clasps, CB., Officer of the Legion of Honor, 4th Class of 
lie, and Turkish Medal). 

■al Ask with while attached to the British Embassy in Spain in 1838-39, was attached to tho Spanish Army 
j Carl ist War. The decorations of ist Class St. Fernando, Commander Isabella tho Catholic, and Knight 
k the Third have been conferred on him. 

General Phillpotts served in tho Crimean campaign from Juno to September 185s, including the siege 
T Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Modjidio, and Turkish Medal). Has also received the 
jdal of 1S41. 

General Price commanded tho Artillery of tho Rajpootana Field Force under General Roberts at the cap- 
rtah on 30th March 1858, and at tho action of Saugor, and defeat of the rebels on tho right bauk of the 
lentioned in despatches, CB., and Medal). 

ohn Miller Adye served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Assist.Adjt.General of Royal Artillery, and 
nt at the affairs of Bulganac andM'Kenzio's Farm, tho battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, capture 
va Cattle, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clumps, CB., Commander of the Legion of Honor, 
>ftbe Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in India in 1857-58 as Assist. Adjt. General of Royal Artillery, 
•resent at the action of PandooNuddee 26th Nov., operations before Cawnpore undor General Windham, 
and 79th Nov., battle of Cawnpore and defeat of the Gwalior Contingent 6th Dec. 1857 (three times men- 
lesfmtches, Medal). Employed on special service with the expedition of 1863 against the tribes on the 
-t P' ron tier of India, and was present at the storm of Laloo, capture of Umbeylah, and destruction of 
ledal with Clasp). 

General H. L. Gardiner served in the operations at Prcscott in Upper Canada in 1838. Also in the 
Tuntia Topee in Central India in 1858. 

Larle.H D'Aguilar served the Crimean campaign from September 1854 to March 1855, including the battle 
an (h-irce shot) and siege of Sebastopol, in the Trenches with tho siege train, and at the bombardment of 
er (Medal with two Clasps, CB.. 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served tho Indian cam- 
157-^, and commanded the Artillery of General Franks' Force at tho action of Secundra, also commanded 
Horse Artillery at the siege and capture of Lucknow (three times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
ledal with Clasp). 

General John Turner was present at the capture of Port Natal on the 26th June 1842. Served also the Eastern 
of 1854 and up to April 1855, including the affair at M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma and Inkerman, 
foastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th October 1854 (Medal with three Clasps, CB., Knight of the 
Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Modal). Received the Brevet of Lt. Colonel for distin- 
rvice at tho battle of Alma in crossing the river with two gnns, ascending tho Hoights and enfilading the 
olumns. Commanded a Troop of Royal Horse Artillery in India in 1858-59. 

General Newton served in tho Crimean campaign from July 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, 
aches with the Siege Train, and was present at the bombardments of the 17th August and 8th September 
Major, Medal with Clasp, 5th Class or the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

General Williams commanded the Royal Artillery in New Zealand in 1864-66 during the Waikato, Tauranga 
anui campaigns, and was present at Rangiawhia, Haerini, Gate Pah, Nukumaru, and several minor 
ice mentioned in despatches, CB., and Medal). 

General Johnson served in the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol ' 
,h Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

ds Connell and Smyth served in the Crimean campaign from June 1855, including the siege and fall 
[Kil (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

onels Richardson and Wardell were present with three Batteries of Royal Artillery undei Colonel M'Crea 
lution which upset the Emperor Fausti in Hayti in Jan. 1859; landed and protected the Europeans at 
-incc. and carried off the Emperor his family and ministers; received the thanks of the English and 
vernments. 

General C. S. Henry served in tho Crimean campaign of 1855, in the Trenches with the siege train 
astopol (severely wounded), and at the bombardments of 9th April, 6th and 17th June. (Medal with 
wets of Major and Lt. Colon el, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, 5th Class of tho Medjidie, and CB.) 
General Pipon served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kenzie's 
battles of Alma and Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, 
and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

ward Hamley served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kenzie's 
battles of Alma (hone shot), Balaklava, and Inkerman (horse killed), the siege and fall of Sebastopol, 
te of the sortie on the 26th October 1854 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with four Clasps, Brevets 
tnd Lt. Colon el, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 2nd Class of tb& 
ad CB.). Sir Edward Hamley is the author of " The Operations of War," a work thatxaa^ coT&&»n&3\>fe 
ted aa one of the moat invaluable modern military books extant—" there exl&ta noWuna \o c/scocQftx* 
the Bnglish language for enlightened, scientific, and sober teaching in the general art of 'wax v" -s\&» 
rf istNor. 2B69. 




189 War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 

" Major General Field served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as D.A.Q.M.Gcn. to the Royal Artillery, and wsi 
present at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and with the exi»edition to Kcrtch (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp 
Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

"Major General Hon. D. M'D. Fraser served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battle of Inkermta 
and siege of Sebastopol (Urevet of Major, Mcdul with two Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 
~ in the action at Hydorghur 29th Nov. 1858, defeat of a rebel force 11 

at Bankee (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal, and CB.). 
ilixlph served throughout the Kastern campaign of t 854-55, including the battles of Alms, 
BalaklavH, and Iiikerman, and siege and fall of Sebastopol (Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Medal with fooi 
Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Clans of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

M Sir Charles George Arbuthnot (twice wounded), Colonels Hastings and Fitz Hugh served in the Crimean cam- 
paign from May 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and aitbe 
bombardments of 6th and 17th June ( Brevet of Major, Modal with Clasp, 5 th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

67 Major General S. K. Gordon served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, 
Balaklava, and Inkerman, siege and capture of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medal*, 
Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, and 5th Class of the Medjidie, served in India in 1857-58, and was present at thi 
actions of Pandora and Doundeakeira (mentioned in despatches, Medal, and CB.). 

70 Major General Hon. E.T.Gage served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 &* Brigade Major to the Royal ArtiDerr, 
and was present at the affairs of Bulganuc and M'Kenzio's Farm, the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkenna, 
capture of Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Brevets of Major and LLColanel, 
Sardinian and Turkish Medals, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and CB.) ; was also present with the Turkish Army undei 
Omar Pasha during the operations at Rndchuck and Giurgevo, in the summer of 1854, and has received the Gold 
Medal for the campaign on the Danube, awarded to him by the Turkish Government. 

"• Colonel Tupper served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Balaklava and InkennM 
(wounded), the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th October 1854 (Medal with thrw 
Clasps, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

78 Colonel Reilly went to the Crimea as Aide de Camp to Brigadier General Fox Strangways; served in Of 
Trenches during the winter of 1854-55 and was appointed Adjutant to the Siege Train in February 1855, and sabtt* 
quently Brigade Major ; wus present at the bombardments of the 9 th April, 6th and 17th June, 17th AmrosLsad 
8th September. After the full of Sebastopol he was appointed Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General at Haul 
Quarters (throe times mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, CB., Brevet of Major, Knight of the Leguaof 
Honor, 5th (Mass of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Appointed to accompany the Prussian Army in the cam- 

Eaignof 1866. Appointed Military Attache to the French Army in 1870, unci being attached to the Army of tk« 
oire, was present nt the various operations around Orleans including the battles of the and (battle of Artenij)^ 
and 4th December, which resulted in the evacuation of the city, when he was taken prisoner by the German Any 
and sent to England (Commander of the Legion of Honor, and Medal). Commanded the Royal Artillery in 
South Africa, and was present in the field with the army during the latter part of the campaign in Znlulaaita 
1879 (Medal with Clusp). 

"Colonel Godby served in the Crimean campaign from May 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, 
in the Trenches with the siege train, including the bombardments of 6th and 17th June (Medal with Clasp, Brant 
of Major, and Turkish Medal). 

85 Colonel D. Sarsfield Greene served in India as Aide de Camp to Sir John Dupuis in 1857-58; commanded 
the Field Artillery at the action of Pundoo Nuddee, and also at the several engagements on the 27th and tU 
November; was present at the operations round Cawnpore, and its relief by Lord Clyde; present at the battkof 
Cawnpore on the 6th December 1857 (four times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal, and CB.). W« 
selected by Lord Strathuuirn to command one of the Columns during the Fenian outbreak in Ireland. 

** Major General Barry served in the Kastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, n< 
Inkerman, and siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and TurUu 
Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served in India in 1857-58, including the relief of the Garrison of Lucknow, 
battle of Cawnpore, siege and capture of Lucknow — severely wounded (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet d 
Lt.Colonol, Medal with two Clasps). Served with the expedition to China in 1860, and was present atSmk, 
Tangku, capture of Taku Forts, actions near Tan gc how, and surrender of Pekin (CB. Medal with two Clasps). 

•• Colonel Elgce was present at the capture of Canton in Dec. 1857 (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

• 7 Colonel Hay served as Assistan Adjutant General of Artillery with the expedition to China in i860, and wM 
present at Siuho, Tangku, capture ?Taku Forts, actions near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekin (Brevet of Xajor, 
Medal with two Clasps). 

* h Colonel Spurway served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkerman, siegt tfd 
fall of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish MedalX 

•* Major General Michell served in the Kastern campaign of 1854, and up to May 1855, including the battles of Aim 
and Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish 3U*A 
and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the storm and capCM » 
Meangungc, siege and capture of Lucknow, and commanded the Royal Horse Artillery at the affair 01 TifM 
relief of Azimghur, action near Azimutghur, operations in the Jungle, and capture of Jugdeapore, attack in 
capture of Tiroul (four times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp, and CB.). 

* Colonel Bcdiiigfeld served with the expedition to China in i860, and was present at the capture of theft*! 
Forts and surrender of Pekin (Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps). 

91 Colonel Govan served with the expedition to China in i860, and was present at Sinhn, Tangku, and canton v 
Taku Forts (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). Also served in the operations against the Taepings ia O* 
vicinity of Shanghai in April and May 1862. 

n Colonel Ingilby served in tho Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to March 1855, including the affairs of M* 
ganao and M'Kenxie's Farm, the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman (severely wounded), the •ftp. ' 
Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th Octol>or 1854 (Medal with four Clasps, Brevet of Major, SariouM 
and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). ^_ 

93 MHJor General Peel Yates served in the Eastern campaign of 1854. including the affair at M'Kensie's Farm, bstfW 
of Almitand Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the" 26th October 1854 (mentioned J"*" 
snatches, Medal with three Clasps. Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Claas of the *«*SJJS 
berved in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, present at tho action of Secundra, commanded a troop of Horse ArSDay 
at the siege and capture of Lucknow, and commanded the Artillery at tho occapation of Fyzabad and in th e set* 
at Sultanpore on the 13th August 1858, and was present at several* minor affairs throughout the Oude oamj*H > 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp, and CB.). M 

»• Colonel W. J. Williams served in the Crimean campaign from Mav 18 vs. including the siege and Mj« 
Sebastopol (wounded), in Trenches with siege train, and at bombardments of 6th and 17th June (Brevet of MfJ* 
Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Modal). 

•• Major Genera) Pennycnick served in the Crimean campaign from November 1854, including the battle oflMj 
man, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Brevet oil" * .-«--.- 

Class of the Medjidie). Served in the Indian 

battle of Cawnpore on the 6th Dec, actions oi »«» *«, v*u»v, vunuu», mm uunnnfn^, •>»*(<« — •« w-i#»-. ~ — — — _^ 
and action of Karree (Medal with two Clasps). Served with the expedition to China in i860, and waa jffMy : 
at Tangku, capture of Taku Forts, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of LtCow* ; 
and CB. .^^ . ^hA 

*7 Colonel Oldcrshaw served in the Crimean campaign from January 1855, including the siege ana Ti T ? 
SebaHtopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and bombardment of April ; was employed on special serrw 
1655-56 (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). «. 

*» Colonel G. C. Henry served in the Eastern campaign of 1^54-55, including the battle of Inkerman. siege >g£ 

fall of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th i:lB J*ij!jt 

Methhlie). .Served the Indian campaign in 1S5S-S0. and commanded a Field Battery attached to Colonel y^g 

Force in the ntlnck ami defeat of the relnsl forces "posted on the first range of the Nepaul Hills on the «5th ■*■ "^ 

March 185Q (mentioned in despatch, Medal). 

i 




War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 190 

,** Major General N. O. 8. Turner served in the Crimean campaign from March to September 1855, including the 
■lege and fall ofScba*to|>ol (Medal with Clasp, BrevetofMajor, 5th Class of the Medjidic, and Turkish Medal). Served 



m India iu 1858, mid wiu present nt the siege and capture of Lucknow, affair of Tigrce, relief of Azimghur, action 
n**r i.,-«...-u.._ ...... s ..^.. T ,.. _..., __ _„ .., T.....,.„. __ .._,__ ,_„.._. —-, t he Oude Field Force 

of Duudeikera (three 



near Azimutghur, operations in the Jungle, and capture of Jugdceporc ; as Brigade Miijor to the Oude Field Force 
under Lord Hyde in 1858-59, and present at the capture of the Fort of Amathei, and uction < 




*** Colonel I*. W. L'Estrnnge served in the Crimean campaign from Dec. 1854, in the Trencher with the siege 
trm:n ^ST 01 "*' Sebastopol, and at the bombardments of 9th April and 6th and 17th June— severely wounded, and battle 
of the Tchernaya (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkibh Medals, 
and 5th Class of the Mcdjidie). 

J M Colonel Andrcwes served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkertnan, siege and 
fail of Sebastopol — slightly wounded in the Trencher on 2nd Nov. 1854 (Medal with two Clasps, BrevetofMajor, 

ir?^ 1 0f lIie Lo * ri, ' ,n ° r Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5U1 Class of the Mcdjidie). 

1,7 Lt.Coloncl Murray was nominated to the 4th CUu*s of the Medjidic for services with the lateOsmanli Horse 
Aml'ery. " . _ . . - ...._.._ _ _ 




Class (roMcn Oriloroi the hragnn... Commanded a Battery of Armstrong 12-pounders throughout the Abyssinian 
campaign from the 1 jth Dec. 1867 and was present at the capture of Magdala (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Major, and Modal). 

i» C'ilf»nel Goodcnough served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the action of Pandoo Nuddee, 
liege and camu re of Lucknow, attack and capture of Fort Birwah— severely wounded (three times mentioned in 

ii?". Cne9 ' " rcv,:t of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

*■ Colonel A. H. W. Williams served in the Crimean campaign from June 1855, including the siege and fall of 
Sevastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served in India in 1858, and was engaged in the repulse of the 
muti nous sepoys at Moolfcan on 31st March (mentioned in despatches) ; ulso served in Central India, and was 
prevent at the capture of Fort Nahurgah ; subsequently commanded a dying column in pursuit of Tantia Topee; 
■^afterwards served a? Brigade Major to the Royal Artillery or the Malwa Division (Medal). 

«• Li.'. Lionel* Canlew, Tupper, and Farrell served in the Crimean campaign from September 1855, including 
thesiegv and fail uf Scbastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

437 Colonel F. T. Whinyatvb served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55. including the battles of Bala- 
****** Intcrmi »". nod Teheruayn, siege and fall of Scbastopol (Medal with three Clasps, 5th Class of the Mcdjidie, 
sno_ Turkish Medal). 

1 V?» unc J -V'- Johnson served in the Crimean campaign from May 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebas* 

at the siege and capture 




D „ , „ .^ T -,.,, »...»- Bulganac and MTCenzie's 

Mftrm v battle? of Alma, Balaklava. and Inkcrman, siege and fall of Scbastopol, repulse or the sortie on the 26th 
Jet. 1854, and was Aide dc Camp to General Markham at the final assault of the Redan on the 8th September (men- 
jioned in despatches, Medal with four Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Mcdjidie, and Turkish 
Medal). 

'•* Colonel R. R. Jones served in the Crimean campaign from Dec. 1854, including the siege and fall of Sebas- 
opol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

"•Lt-Colonol Harris served iu the Crimean campaign from Dec. 1854, including the siege and fall of Scbastopol, in 
.he Trenches with the Biego train, and at the bombardment* of oth April, 6th and 17th Juno (Medal with Clasp, 
anight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Modal). 

"* Colonel Strangways served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of Bulganac 
ind M'Kenzie's Farm, battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkorman, capture of Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebas- 
op«* (Medal with four Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

'*• Majors Brauckcr and Hobart served with tho expedition to China in i860, and were present at Sinho, 
rangkti. and capture of Taku Forts (Medal with Clasp). 

■* Colonel* Booth and Bracken bury served in the Crimean campaign from June 1855, including the siege 
and fall uf Scbastopol (Me<lal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

"« Colonel Murklutm served the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to January 1855, including the aflair of M'Ken- 
ue s Farm, battles of Alma and Inkcrman, siege of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th Oct. 1854 (Medal 
with three Clasp.-*, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served in India in 1858, and was present at 
ue action of Sccundra on 23rd Jan. (Medal). 

"Totoncl Tecsdalo served as Aide de Camp to Major General Sir W. F. Williams during the whole of the 
blockade of Kars. and at the battle on the Height* above that town on the 29th Sept. 1855. Successfully held the 
Redoubt called " Yuksek Tabiu." for the spaco of seven and a half hours under a very heavy fire on the 20th Sept. 
1455* end -was mentioned in the despatch. Received a severe contusion from a grape-shot in the leg. The rank of 
U.Colonel aud the 3rd Class of the Turkish Imperial Order of the Medjidie were conferred upon him by tho Sultan. 
La a letter from the Foreign Office, dated 7th March 1855, Her Majesty's Government conveyed their sense of 
approval of his efforts in averting from the Garrison of Kara the horrors that they suffered from famine in the pre- 
:e-ling winter. In virtue of his rank of Lt. Colonel in tho Turkish Service he received the Order of Companion of 
•he Bath aud that of the 4th Class of the Legion of Honor. Has also received the Victoria Cross. 

111 Co'.onel Torriano served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to Aug. 1855, including the battle of Inker- 
nan, siege of Bobaatopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, bombardments of 17th October, 9th April, and 6th 
ind 171b, Juno (Medal with two Clusps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served in India in 
^57-53, and was present at the action of Pandora, storm and capture of Mcangunge, siege and capture of Lucknow, 
mil captures of the Fort* of Dehuia and Tirol in Oude (Medal with Clasp). 

,M Colonel Tyler servod in the Crimean campaign from Julr 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol— 
■rounded (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Also served fn tho Indian campaign in 1858-59, aud acted as 
Staff Officer to Lt.Coloncl Walker in the attack and defeat of the rebel force which occupied the Fort and jungle of 
Bungaoti (mentioned in despatch. Medal). 

IM Colonel Smait served in India in 1857 58, and was present at the actions of Chanda and Sultanporc, siege and 
rapture of Lucknow, actions of Barree, Sirsee, and Xuwahirunge (twice mentioned iu despatches, Medal witb^Clasp). 

"" Colonel Francis Lyon and Majors Tracey (wounded) aud Tarloton served tho Indian campaign of 1858, 
sod were present at tho siege and capture of Lucknow and several minor affairs (Medal with Clasp). 

Is * Colonel M. Taylor and Lt.Coloncl C. E. 8. Scott (wounded) served in tibo Crimean campaign from May 1855, 
n the Trenches with the siogo train at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and bombardments of 6th and 17th June 
knd 17th August (Medal with Clasp. 5th Class of tho Medjidic, and Turkish Medal). 

1M Colonel Keate served in the Crimean campaign from March to August 1855 and was present at the siogo of 
Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

im Lt.. Colonels Still aud do Molcyns served in the Crimean campaign from July 1855, including the siege 
"ft**, 11 of ^oaatopol (Medal with Clasp, nnd Turkish Medal). 

■7 C-ilonel Eardley Maitland served throughout tho operations with Havclock's Column in 1857, including the 
letioua of Futtehpore, Aoung, Pandoo Nuddee, Cawnporc, Oonao, Busecrutgunge (first and second!, Bo<Kta«ta- 
ehowkee, Mungawara, and Alumbagh, relief ami defence of the Residency at lAicVuuw^toh OwVraxC* Yut<m> \xv 
the Alumbagh from Jan. to March 1858, sie/re and capture of Lucknow, and actum* aX. ti«V\m\««(SKa«L VrantafeWva 
the ensuing Oude campaign (Medal with three Clonps, and a year's service}. Wa* av\wa^* iaSSl!uB l *tt»i&i 



101 War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 

to the British Embassy at Constantinople during the Rus&o-Turkish war in 1^77, and was with the Head Quarters of 
the Turkish forces at the defence of tin* Snipka Pass mid at other places. 

m Colonel Thuriihill served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1 054-55. including the siege and fall of 
Sehastopol, and bombardment nf the «th June (Medal with Clu>p, and Turkish Medal). 

164 Colonel Pearse served in the Crimean campaign fp/ui July 1O55, including the siege and fall of Sehastopol 
(Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medji<lie, and Turkish Medal). Served in India in i3f8, and was present at the 
capture of Kotah on 30th March (Medal) . 

fe * LuColonulSchreiber served in the Crimean campaign from June 1G55, including the siege and fall of Sehastopol 
(Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

166 Colonel Alderson served throughout the Ka«tern campaign of 1254-55, including the battles of Alma and 
Inkerman, siege and (till of Sevastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and bombardments of 17th October, 
9th April, 11 nd 6th and 17th June (Medal with three Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

197 ( olonel Kavenhill ami Lt.Colonel Tweedio served in the Crimean campaign from April it 5=. including the feiege 
and fall of Sehastopol, ami buttle ol'Trhernaya (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). L«.Col»uel TwecdieslfO 
served in India in 135S, and was engaged in the repulse ot the mutinous Sepoys at Mooltan in July (Medal). 

189 Colonel Ruck-Kcene served in the (Crimean campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkcrrmin. *»if*i 




topol [Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

173 Colonel Dowries served in the Crimean campaign from Mai' to August 1855, including tne RiC S c of Sebtl- 
topol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

«• Colonel Warren served in the Indian campaign of 1 857-58, inclnding the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, 
battle of Cawnpure on 6th Dee., and subsequent engagement at the Subadar'a Tank ; commanded the Heavy RuUrrj 
at the storming of Mcanguuge, siege and capture of Luck now ; hummer campaign in Unde. and actions of Uarrw 
and Simree ; passage of th»- (Joomtee at Sultanporc, taking of Fort llchora. and attack on Koclee (commanded lbs 
Artillery) ; also served in the Trans-Gogru campaign, including action ot chrrodra. and taking of the Kort of Mod* 
jedia— commanded the Mortar Battery (three times mentioned in despatches. Modal with two Clasps). Served tt 
Umbeyla in the campaign against the" hill tribes in the Norlh-Wer»t Frontier of India in 1S63, and was pre&eut at the 
storming of the Conical Hill and Lalloo, also at the engagement in the plain of Chumla (mentioned in de>patcb«, 
Medal with Clasp). Served throughout the Bhootun campaign of 1 £64-0.1. 

176 Lt.Colonel Uott.v ,-c.rvcd in the Xew Zealand war in it:f 4 66, including the Waikato campaign and action 
Orakau (mentioned in despatches) in command of a Baltery ; ulso during the Wungauui campaign, nnd commudtd 
the Field tiuns in action on the Pa tea river in March iS«"'-5. and in other skirmishes on the Wungauui coaft,ud 
present lit the attack and defeat of tho natives at Kirltaki (Medal). 

177 Lt.Colotiel Wyllie and Major Phillpotts served with the expedition to China in 1E60. and were present 
at Sinho. Taiigku, capture of Taku Forts, actions jienr Ta.igchow.and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Cl*>pw). 

^ Colonel H. T. Arhuthm it served throughout the Kust-crn campaign of 1854-55. including the affair utM'Kenne^ 
Farm, battles of Alma and Inkerman. siege and fall of Sehastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the ?oth Oct. 1*54 
(Medal with three Clasp*. Knight of the Legion of Honor, ami Turkish Mi del). Served in the Indian campaign of 
1S57-58, including the action of Seeundra, attack on a Fort near Moonshecgunge, siege and capture of Lucknow, 




capture of Lucknow (as D. A. Q.M.Ueneral of Artillery), action of .Tamo (as I Jrigndc Major to the Field Force). had 
affair of Daoodpoore. Served as D. A. Adjutant General of the Oudo Force under Sir Hope Grant from Oct. i£ A 
and was present in the operations in the I»\>warra district, passage of the Gogra. and various actions oa tne 
Nopaul frontier, also operations there in 1857 terminating in the forcing of the Jerwnh Pa*s (several time* men- 
tioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp)." Served as Military Secretary with the expedition to China in lSoc.snl 
was present at Sinho, Tangkn, capture of Taku Forts, uct ions 'near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekin (Brevet ef 
Major, Medal with two Clasps). Was promoted Brevet Lt.Colonel for services in India. 

,K| Lt.Colonel P. K. Hill served throughout the F.astern campaign of 18^4- 55, including the battles of Balaklavaul 
Inkorniau, *icgeund foli of Sehastopol (Medal with three Clasps, 5th Cla^sof the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal)* 
Served in N.W. India under Sir John Michel in 1S53-59 (Medal). 

18a Lt.Colonel Hideout served throughout, the PJasiern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkerman, ftitfll 
and fall of Sehastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and bombardments of 17th October, oth April, c-th and 17(1 
June, 17th AugUfrt, and 3th September; on the last bombardment he commanded a battery of Mortars (menticM 
in despatches. Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served with the Jtofll 
Horse Artillery throughout the campaign of 1858-50 in Oudc, including the occupation of Fyzaliid, passage of III 
Goomtee at Sultanporc, affairs at Shahporc, Palccghat, and Kandoo Nuddcc : and in the Traiis-Gogra district IB 
the affair of Churda, capture of the Fort of Mujeedia, and action of Bnnkee (Medal). 

1M Lt.Colonel Humfrey served in the Crimean campaign from March 1R55, in the Trenches with the siege tnil 
before Sehastopol, and at the bombardment. ■» of Qth April, 6th and 17th June (Mcdul with Clasp, Sardinian tsA 
Turkish Medals). 

194 Lt.Colonel C. "W. Wilson commanded the Royal Artillery of the Left Urigadc Dooar Field Force in Bhootan ftt« 
February 1865. and the whole Artillery of the Force on the Eastern Frontier of Bengal from June to October iMj, 




Commanded the yt.h Brigade Royal Artillery in the Jowaki campaign in 1877-7?, and was present at the forcing rf 
the Shergjisha Pass, and at the taking of Pustownee (slightly wounded) and Wali (mentioned in dC5patch««,Chvl>)< 
Commanded the 9th Brigade Itoyal Artillery in the Afghan war in 1B78-79, and was present at the capture of Aa 
Mn^jid (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

• 1M Lt.Colonel do Whiten (wounded) served the Crimean campaign from January 1855, including the siege *M 
fall of Sehastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and bombardments of yth April and 6th and 17th Jw* 
(Medal with < -liinp, Knight of the Lcgiou of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

IH « Major the Hon. R. V. I>ill:.»n was present at the capture of Canton in Dec. 1857 (Medal with Clasp). 

I *' b Lt.Colonel Llucllyn served throughout the Abyssinian campaign from the 13th Dec. 1S67 and commanded t«0 
guns loft in garrison at Addigerat (Medal). 

lw Colonel Hickus served in the Crimean campaign from Nov. 1854, including the siege and fall of Scbastnpol» 

the Trenches with the siege tniin, and bombardments of oth April and 6th and 17th June (Medal with C1**P» 



in 



Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served as Aide do Cnrap to Brigadier General Crofton wttH 
the expedition to China in i860, and was present nt Sinho, Tangkn, cajiture of Taku Ports, actions near Tangchov f 
and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps, and Brevet of Major). 

191 Lt.Colonel W. G. Martin served in the Crimean Campaign from December 1854 to January 1855, including tM 
•iege of Sehastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

193 Lt.Colonel F. A. Anley served in the Crimean campaign from March 1855, in the Trenches with the siege trij 
before Sehastopol, including the bombardments of the oth April, 6th and 17th Juno, 17th August, and 5* 
September (Medal with Clasp. Sardinian and Turkish Medals). Served also in India during the mutiny, and wii 
present at the repulse of the Mutineers at Mooltau on the 31st August 1858 (Medal). Has also the Bronae liedll 
of the Royal Humane Society. 

194 Major Ellis, subsequent' to the fall of Sehastopol, served in the Crimea from early in October x8« nntiltfci 
evacuation in June 1856, and was employed in the destruction of the Docks of Sehastopol. Commanded a DetaeB* 
montof Royal Artillery from the i*th November 1858 to the 16th March 185.; with the Bcrar Field Force, and wsl 

maploTed to destroy b,r niiucs one of the strongholds of the Rohillas in the Deccau. Served throughout tke 
vmsiWMii campaign fivm the Jjth Dec. 1667, first in a Field Battery ot Yrttafeta Xwcoufcht most of the hones fran 



War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 19 2 

idia to Zoola, but becoming Supernumerary was subsequently omployc<l as Provost Manual Mid in the Land 

ranaport Train. Commanded a Division of the Train in tho Highlu mis of Abyssinia for several months. Held 

•ramand of the Train at Sooroo and at Addigerat, two important posto on the line of communication to Magdala 

oentioncd in despatches. Medal). 

m Colonel O. II. A. Nicolls served in the Crimean campaign of 18*4 till October of that year. Served also the 

unpuign of 1855 <rom September, including the nicgc and fall of Sevastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish 

edal). Wa* in command of the Royal Artillery throughout the operations in Perak in 1675-77 under Major 

Mitral the Hon. Sir F. Colborne, including the auvanceon and capture of Kinta in Decembor 1875 (Brevet of 

LColonel, Medal with Clasp). 

iK Sir John Campbell served in the Crimean campaign from 38th March 1855, including tho siege and mil of Se- 




vnch General's despatches for services in command of two Howitzers in support of the French attack), actions 
mt Tangchow and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

"• Lt.Colouel Elton served in the Crimean campaign from March 1855. including the siogo and fivll of Sehastopol, 
1 the Trenches with the siege train, and at the bombardments of 9th April, Oth and 17th June (Medtil with Clasp, 
.night of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

"* LLColonel Rooke served in the Crimean campaign from August 1855, including the siege and full of Se- 
attopol (Modal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

** LLColonel Wortham served in the Crimean campaign from July 1855, includingtlie sie^c and fall of Sevastopol 
Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served in India with the Okamundel Field Force in it-r-i. and was present 
t the attack on the Fort of Beyt. siege and fall of Dwnrka. Served with the expedition to China in li^Co, and was 
resent at Sitiho, Tanuku, and capture of Taku Forts (Medal with Clasp). 

m Lt.Colouel Mnule nerved in the Crimean campaign from May 1855, in tho Trenches with the siege train at the 
tee and fall of .Selmsto]>ol. and bombardment* of 6th and 17th June and 17th August (Medal with Clasp, Sardinian 
au Turkish Medal-). Served also in India in 1857-59 w »th the Rajpootana Field Force undor General Roberts, and 
as present in the action of Pcrtnbghur (Medal). 

■•Colonel Geary served in the Crimean enmpaign from May 185 5, in the Trenches with the siege train at the siege 
xl fall of Sevastopol, and bombardments of tho 6th and 17th Juno and 17th August (Medal with Clasp* 5th Class of 
* Medjidic, and Turkish Medal). Served in the field during the Indian mutiny from Octobor 1858 to 1859 in the 
lgdebpore district, and with Sir Hope Grant's and Gorruckporc Field Forces. Served throughout the Abyssinian 
ttapaign from 1st January 1868 as Brigade Major of Artillery and was present at the action of Arogco and capture 
'Magdala (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Majur, nnd Medal). 

"^ Ll. Colonel Rice served in tho Crimean campaign from May to August 1855, with tho siege train at tho siege 
rSebastopoL. ami iKimhurdmeuts of 6t.h and 17th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 
** LLColonel J. H. P. Anderson served in the Crimesm campaign from August 1855, including the siege and fall 
f Sebastnpol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). IYcsent at the capture of Canton in December 1S57 ; and 
erred with the expedition of i860, present at Sinho, Tangku, capture of Taku Forts, actions near Tangchow, and 
mender of Pekin (Medal with three Clasps). 

.** Lt.Colouel A. S. Hunter served in the Crimean campaign from May 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebas* 
Kjol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Also served in tho field (luring the New Zealand war in 1867. 
111 Major Staveley served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58. including tho action of Kalee Nuddce, affair of 
latagungn. siege and capture of Lucknow, action* • >f Bareilly, Shahjohanpore. and Mohumdeo, capture of Fort 
nnnia. and Ram pore Knssiah, passage of the Gogra at Fyzahad, and atrair of Mucheeguun (Medal with Clasp). 
111 Major Kdmeades served in India in 18^7- 58, and wad prcsontatthe action of Kalee Nuddce, battle of Cawn- 
oreon 6th Doc, and action of Sherghur Ghat (Medal). 

B * Major Burn served in India in 1857-5S, and wn« present at the capture of Nurgoond on 1st June 1S58 (Medal). 
■red with tho expedition to China in i860, and wa« present at Sinho, Tangku, and capture of Taku Forts (Medal 
ith Clasp). 

"* Major William Smith served in the Indian can.pnign of 1857-59, including tn © relief of Lucknow by Lord 
lyde, battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec, actions of Serai fthat (mentioned in despatches), Chanda, Umeeri>ore, and 
■tempore, siege and capture of Lucknow, attack of 1 ho M«-»osuhagh, and action of Barree ; afterwards present with 
Iriou forces in pursuit of the enemy and watching tho lords of the Gogra, and in the Truns-Gogra campaign in- 
uding several small affairs on the Rapteo and the 1 rentier of Xepaul (Modal with two Clasps). Served in the New 



d war in 1S64 in command of a Detachment of Koya 1 Artillery in the campaigns on the Waikato and at To 
._ including the attack on tho Gate Pah, where his guns wore reported by Sir Duncan Cameron aa having been 
T gnat service (M edal) . 

. Major Talbot served with tho expedition to China in 1S60, and was present at Tangku, and captnre of Taku 
tato (Medal with Clasp). 

■^IiXJnlonel Oliver served in tho Indian campaign i^ 1857-58, inclnding the action ofPandooXuddee, operations of 
■• «7th a8th and voth Nov. beforo Cawnpore, and b:irt!o there 011 6th Dec. actions of Kalee Nuddce and Ramgunga 9 
■G*aud capture of Lucknow, actions of Bareilly, Sh:ihiehanpore, and Mohumdeo, capture of the Fort of Rampore 
pnssnirc of the Gogra at Fyznbad, and affsjir of Mucheegaun (mentioned in despatch, Medal with Clasp), 



tewed m the Bhivitnn enmpaiirn in 1864-65, and coinmanded the Artillery c)f tho left column at the taking of the; 
'ortof Dalimkcte, and in the affair at. Chamoorcheo (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). 
J" M ajor Morgan served in India in 1857-58, and was present at the action of Bnndah (Medal). Served with the 
■pedition to China in 1860, and was present at Tangku, capture of Taku Forts, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with 
iro Clasps). 

■• Major Fori! nerved in India in 1857-58. including the relief of Lucknow (wounded) by Lord Clyde, affair of 
tadah, of the Alumbagh from Jan. to March, siege and capture of Lucknow (mentioned in despatch, Medal with 
wo Clasps). 

* Major Chalmers served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the action of Kalee Nuddce, affair of 
■amgunga, siege and capture of Lucknow, actions of Bareilly, Shahjehan pore, and Mohumdeo (Medal with Clasp). 
"* Colonel B. L. Former served as Aide do Camp to Major General Pratt during tho New Zealand war of 
Ko-61 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

** Colonel H. Bracken bury served in India in 1857-58, and wan present at tho action of Bauda and capture of 
Jrwee (Medal with Clasp). In the Franco-German war of 1870-71 was attached by the Government to tho service of 
M British National Society for Aid to the Sick and Wounded, and was present with the armies till the conclusion 

* the Armistice. For his services in this capacity he was appointed Officer of the Legion of Honor by special 
•wee of the French Government of National Defence, was made a Knight of the First Class of the Royal Bavarian 
Wer of St. Michiel, and received the Iron Cross from tho Emperor of Germany. Accompanied Sir Garnet 
relicley to tho Gold Coast in September 1873 as Assistant Military Secretary, and served throughout tho Ashanti 
vtot 1871-74, including the action of Essamcn. relief of Abrukrampa, battle of Amoaful, battlo of Ordahsuand 
•Wire of Coomassic (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). In 1875 was further rewarded 
'aathe Brevet of LL Colonel on return from special service with Sir Gurnet Wolseley in Natal. Served as Military 
•tnetary to Sir Garnet Wolscley in the latter part of the Zulu war, and throughout the operations against 
ekukuni in 1879, being present at the storming of the stronghold. Performed the duties of Chief of the Stair in 
wtb Africa from the 29th Sept. 1879 to the 7th Feb. 1880 (mentioned in despatches. CB., Medal with Clasp). 

"I* IXColonel the Hon. A. Stewart served with the expedition to China in i860, and was present at Sinho, Tangku, 
Btions near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with Clasp). 

** Major Danlop was appointed Commissioner in Perak shortlv niter the commencement of hostilities in Nov. 
foi and by hie able and energetic co-operation mainlv contributed to the success of the combined naval and 
■Hilary- operations under Major General Collwrne and Captain Buller, R.N., which ended in the cantaro of! 
jjta (Medal with Clasp). 

*■ Major Cottingham served in India in 1857-58: and was present at the action, ot ¥anAora, w& *c&iva, udSl 
i1*w« of Tfwml (Medal). 



f 93 War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 

*** Lt.Colonel Anchinlcck served in India in 1357-58, and was present at the notion of Kalee Kuddee, battle cf 
Own pore on 6th Dee., and affair of Kauknr (Medal). 

*♦* Major Kyle servod in India in 1857 58, and wan present at the actions of Sccnndra, Clianda. and Sultanpfre, 
siege and capture of Lucknow, relief of Azimghur, action near Azimutirhur, operations in the Jungle and capture of 
Jugdespore (mentioned in despatch, Medal with Clasp). 

"** Major II. L. Mitchell served in the Indian mutiny campaign and was present at the attack and defeat of the 
rebel force posted in the first range of the Nepaul Hills in March 1859 (Medal). 

SM Lt.Colonel Parrv served in the Afghan war of 1878-80. In 1878-79 he was in command of a field battery of 
the Koorrnn Valley Field Force, and commanded the Artillory of Brigadier General Cobbe's force at the storming 
and capture of the Peiwar Kotal (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel). Was present with the force under 
Sir Frederick Roberta in the advance on Cabul in September and October 1879, and commanded the artillery of 
the right sttack in the engagement at Chanisiab, and in the affair at Alibozan on 13th January i8£o (several 
times mentioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps). 

947 Major Ellaby served with the expedition to China in 18*0, and was present at the capture of the Taku Font 
(Medal with Clasp). Also served in the operations against the Taeping reliels in the vicinity of Shanghai in 1062 
with the forceunder General Stavelev. Served in South Africa throughout the Zulu war of 1879 (Medal with Clasp). 

iwt) Lt.Colonel Magenis served in New Zealand in 1861-62. Served in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was present 
iu the affairs at Banda, Kuddi, and Koghani (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal). 

333 Major Burgess served with the expedition from Aden against the Foodlee Arab Tribe in 1866, including the 
destruction of Shugra. 

* :,s Major Moorsnm served with the expedition to China in 18 Co, and was present at Sinho, Tangku, capture of 
Taku Forts, and surrender of Pekiu (Medal with two Clasps). 

* M Major Gwyn served in India with the Oknmundel Field Force in 1859 and was present at the captnre of tLe 
Fort of Beyt, and the siege and fall of Dwarkn. Served with tho column under Brigadier General Roes in com- 
mund of No. 3 Battery, 5th Brigade, throughout the operations in Perak in 1875-77 (Medal with Clasp). 

*** Major Toogood served in New Zealand during the Waikato and Wanganui campaigns, and was present at 
Nukumaru and the Pntca river (Medal). 

2 " a Major G. G. Hannen served at Canton with the force under Rear Admiral Seymonr in 1856-57, was present it 
the capture of Canton in Dec. 1857 ; served with the expedition of i860, and was present at Sinho, Tangkn, capture 
of Taku Forts, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with three Clasps). 

987 Major C. E. B. Leacock served with a Steel Mounted Battery throughout the Abyssinian campaign from the 
29th Deo. 1867 and was present at the action of Arogee and capture of Magdala (Medal). 

*" Major Burton -Brown, as a volunteer on board H.M.S. Kettrtlin September 1879, took part in the attack end 
destruction of the pirate stronghold of Terebus, on the coast of Borneo, and was present at the capture and bon- 
ing of the piratical boats and prahns, and received the thanks of the Sultan for these services. 

370 Major K. a. FitzRoy served throughout the Abyssinian campaign from the 13th Dec. 1867, and was present tt 
the fall of Magdala (Medal). 

*»•• Mnjor Browne served with Wood's Column in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engagements! 
Ulundi (mentioned in Brigadier General Wood's report. Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

*"* Major Peniberton Harrison served against the Taeping rebels at Shanghai in 1862, including the captures 
of Tsinpoo, Tsolin, and Najow. 

374 Major A. G. Yeatman-Biggs served against the Taeping rebels at Shanghai in 1862, and was present at the re- 
capture of Kahding. Served as D.A.A.Q. M.General in the latter part of the Zulu war of 1879, and aa Staff Officer 
to the Lydenburg Column in the operations aguinst Sekukuni, and was present at tho storming of the stronghold 
(Brevet of Major, Medal with Claspj. 

371 Major A. Grubb served throughout the Waikato and Tauranga campaigns during the New Zealand wan of 
1863-64, including the action of Gate Pah, and commanded the Artillery at the action of Te Ranga (mentioned ia 
despatches, Medal). 

*" Major Robinson served throughont the Kafir war of 1877-78 in command of tho Colonial Artillery , and ww 
present in the engagement at (juintana, and numerous minor affairs, including that at Malan's Mission, the attack 
on the Kobogaba River, and the expedition to Bomvanaland (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, and liedsl 
with Clasp). Served in the Afghan war in 1879-80, and was present unuer Major General Sir John Ross in the 
operations at Shekabad in April 1880. Accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the march to Candnhar, and com- 
manded a battery of Royal Artillery at the bnttlo of Candahar (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, and 
Bronze Decoration). 

279 Sir Charles Larcoin served in the New Zealand war in 1863-64, and was present at the actions of KatikartiXi' 
Kaitak— wounded in the shoulder (mentioned in despatches). Commanded a Detachment of Artillery engaged *t 
Sentry Hill (Medal). 

**° Major J. F. Maurice accompanied Sir Garnet Wolscley to the Gold Coast in September 1873 on special eeirice, 
and served as his Private Secretary throughout the Ashanti war of 1873-74, including the relief of Abraknffpv 
battle of Am oa fill, capture and destruction of Becquuh (as Staff Officer to Colonel M'Lood), battle of Ordahsa nd 
capture of Coomassie (several times mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

381 Captain T. R. Disney served throughout the Abyssinian campaign from the 6th Feb. x868, and waa pi unit tt 
the fall of Magdala (Medal). 

*** Captain Slade served throughout tho Afghan war of 1878-80, and took part in the Bazar Valley Expedition 
under Lt. General Maude, and as Adjutant of R. Artillery with the Peshawur Valley Field Force nnder LLGenertl 
8. Browne (mentioned in despatches). Afterwards served with the Candahar Field Force, and was present at the 
affair on the Uelmnnd with the Wali's mutineers, in tho engagement at Maiwand (where he commanded the Aral* 
lery after the death of Major Blackwood), at the siege of Candahar, and at the battle of Candahar (several timet 
mentioned in despatches, Brovet of Major, CB., Medal with Clasp). 

383 Captain J. C. Robson served in the New Zealand war in 1863-66, including tho Taranaki and Waikato cam' 
paigns, and was present in the action at Rangiawhia (Modal). 

"* Major Alleyue served in command of the Detachmont of Royal Artillery and 7-pounder mountain gml 
which accompanied the Red River Expedition from Canada in 1870. 

385 Captain Carre* served in the New Zealand war in 1863-66, including the Waikatocampaign, and was present at the 
action of Orakau, and assisted in conducting the Sap. Commanded Detachment during the Wanganui campaajpi 
and present at the action of Pukaki (mentioned in despatches, Medal). 

** 7 Captain Shippard served in the operations in Perak in November and December 1875, including the) advance 
on and capture of Kinta (Medal with Clasp). 

** v Captain W. S. Langley served throughout tho Abyssinian campaign from the 13th Dec. 1867 aa Adjutant 
to Lt.Colonel Wallace, and was present at the fall of Magdala (Medal). Uo served aa Staff Officer of » 
column under Colonel Wallace at various periods during the advance on Magdala ; as Acting Brigade Major of 
the Brigade under Brigadier Wilby, after the capture of Magdala, daring the illness of the Brigade Major; wsi 
appointed Staff Officer of the 3rd column on the commencement of tho march down country, and served aa wen 
and as Assistant Quarter Master General till it was brokon up previous to embarkation. 

* M Captain H. F. Smyth served in the Afghan war of 1678-80, first in the Koorum Valley, and afterward* m 
Gough's force in command of a Hazara Bntterv. Subsequently served with Royal Horse Artillery in the ex- 
peditions into the Wuzcer and Hisaarik valleys (Medal). . 

nt Captain Pratt served throughout the Bhootauese campaign of 1864-65, with the Left Brigade Dooar Fie.d 
Force, and was present at tho capture cf Dalimkote, engagements at Chumurchi and Nagoo, and recapture of the 
Bala Pass (Medal with Clasp). 

393 Captain W. H. F. Sorcll served with the expedition from Aden against the Foodlee Arab tribe in 1866, including 
the destruction of Shugra. Served throughout the Abyssinian campaign from the 4th October 1867 ; commanded* 
Mountain Battery during Captain Marctt's absence on other duty, and was also employed in the tand Transport 
Train /Medal). 

M3 Major Graves served in tho Afghan war of 1878 -80 with the force under Sir Donald Stewart, and was preietf 
in the engagement at Ahmed Kheyl and at the occupation of. ViuuineAi titaevefc ot ^L&\ot, Medal with Clasp). 



War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 194 

plains F. W. J. Darker and W. F. de H. Curtis served with a Steel Mountain Battery throughout the Abys- 

ampaign from the ist Jan. 1868 and were present at the capture of Magdala (Medal). 

ptain H. E. Dolphin senred in the Bhootan Expedition in 1855, and was present at the recapture of Dewangir 

with Clspp). 

ptain J. W. liuckle served with the Armstrong Mountain Battery in the left centre column of the Bhootan 

orce from November 1864 to March 1866, and was present at the affair of the 4th February and the capture 

cades nt the Bain Pass on the 15th Murch 1865 (Medal with Clasp). Served with a Mountain Battery in the 

lian Expedition from January 1868 to the end (Medal). 

ptain C. \V. E. Murphy served throughout the Abyssinian campaign from ist Jan. 1868 — with the Bind 

.util 9th Vpril, and afterwards with a Battery of Artillory, and was present at the fall of Magdala (Medal). 

.Colonel Pretvman served throughout the Afghan war of 1878-80. Was Aide de Camp to Sir Frederick 

; from November 1S7S to November 1879, and was present at the capture of the Poiwur Kotal, and in all 

ration* in the Khoorum unri Knost Valleys (mentioned in despatches). Took part in the advance on and 

ion of Tubulin 1879, and was present in the engagement at Cbarasiab (mentioned in despatches). Was 

nted Aide de Camp to Sir Frederick Roberts in March 1880, snd accompanied him in the march to Candahar, 

* present at the battle of Candahar (mentioned in despatches, Brevets of Major and Lieut. -Colonel, Medal 

ree Clasps, ami Bronze Decoration). 

ptain F. II. Taylor served throughout the Abyssinian campaisrn from 39th Doc. 1867, and was present at 

inn of Amgee and capture of Magdala (mentioned in despatches, and Medal). 

ptain Domvile served in the Afghan war in 1879-80, and took part in the operations in the Mazina Valley in 

to (mentioned in despatches, Medal). 

ijor A. Broad foot served throughout the Abyssinian campaifrn from Feb. 1868 (Medal). 

ptniti G. H. Palmer servod in the Ashanti war in 1874 with Bait's Artillery, and was present at the capture 

tructiou of Adubi»s*ie, battle of Amoaful, battle of Ordahsu and capture of Coomassie (Medal with Clasp). 

ptain Rigir served in command of detachments of Royal Artillory in Sunghie Ujong, throughout the 

>ns in Perak in 1875-7 (Medal with Clasp). 

ptain C. M. H. Downing served in Abyssinia from tho 29th Dec. 1867 to Feb. 1868 (Medal). 

ptain H. Crofton served with a Steel Mountain Battery throughout the Abyssinian campaign from Jan. 

edal). 

ijor \V. G. Knox served throughout the Abyssinian campaign from the 13th Dec. 1867, and was stationed at 

rat with the two guns there (Modal). Served throughout the second phase of the Ashanti war from the 17th 

73 with Bait's Artillery, including the capture of Borborassio, battle of Amoaful, battle of Ordahsu and 

< of Coomassie (Medal With Clasp). Served in the Afghan war of 1878-79, first as Orderly Officer to the 

commanding Royal Artillery, and afterwards as Adjutant, and was present at tho assault and capture of 

*jid (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Transvaal in the operations against Seknkuni in 1879, and com- 

I the artillery in the attack on the stronghold (mentioned in Lt. Colonel Russell's report, Brevet of Major, 

vith Clasp). 

iptain 8. P. F. Freeth served in the second phase of the Ashanti war from 13th December 1873. Was attached 

s Artillery and present at the battle of Ordahsu and capture of Coomassie (Medal with Clasp). 

iptain Wateiiiold seivcd in the Afghan war of 1879, und was piepent in the engagement at Sirkai Kotal, 

jtardan (severely wounded), nnd in the nttark on Shutargardan post on the 18th and xoth October (Medal). 

Attain Mouck- Mason served in Perak with the Indian Column under Brigadier General Ross from November 

February 1876 (Medal with Clasp). 

iptain Monckton served throughout the operations in Perak from November 1875 to January 1877 ; was in 

ad of the Royal Artillery in the attack on the Passir Salah stockades in November 1875, and was with No. 9 

, and Brigade, in tho advance of the main column under Major General the Hon. Sir F. Colborne, and at 

Cure of Kinta in December 1875. Was Acting Assistant Resident at Kinta during the latter part of 2876, and 

1 the thank* of the Governor of tho 8traits Settlements for his perviccs (Medal with Clasp). 

.ptain C. C. Rich was awarded the Bronze Modal of the Royal Humane Society on the 26th August 1867. 

tpiain W. O. Lowther served en the Gold Coast from December 1873 to the end of the Ashanti campaign 

I. 

ptain Slnde served in tho latter part of the Kafir war of 1878, and afterwards in the operations against 

mi in 187s, including the storming of Tolyana's stadt. Commandod a division of a field battery, and acted 

lance Onicer u, the Transvaal Field Force throughout the operations. Served throughout the Zulu war of 

:h Wood's Flying Column, i.r.d was present at the engagements of Zungin Nek, Kambula (mentioned in 

be«). and Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). 

ptain El we* served in No. 3 Battery, 5th Brigade, with the Indian Column under Brigadier General Rosa 

lout the operations in Perak in 1875-7 (Medal with Clasp). 

sat. Parsons served in the Gaika war of 1878, including the operations in the Perie Bush and the affair at 

idoda, where he commanded two mountain guns. Served throughout the Zulu war of iRry, and was pre- 

the engagement at Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). 

ptain Wodehouse served in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engagement at Ulundi (Medal with 

Served with the Royal Horse Artillery in tho Afghan war in 1880, and was present in the engagement at 
ab on the 25th April (mentioned in despatches, Medul). 

ptain Henriques served with a detachment of Royal Artillery in Sunghie Ujong throughout the operations 
k in 1875-7 (Medal with Clasp). 

ptain Mansel commanded the Artillery with tho Naga Expeditionary Force under Brigadier General Nation 
So, and was present at the storming of Konoma (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 
mi. Haggard served in the Afghan war in 1878-79 wita the Koorain Valley Field Force, ana was present at 
ck and capture of the Feiwar Kotal, and in the engagement at Caaraaiab on the 6th October 1879 (Medal 
o Clasps). 

rat. Lloyd served in the Kafir war of 1877-78, and was present during the operations in the Cis-Kei and 
oah in command of a division of field guns. Served throughout the Zulu war of 1870, and was present in 
id of the Royal Artillery of Pearson's Column at thl engagement of Inyesane (mentioned in report), and 
the investment of Ekowe (mentioned in report) ; afterwards accompanied the advance of the xst Division 
ned in General Crealock's despatch, Medal with Clasp), 
eut. Bundle served in tho Zulu war of 1879 witn Wood's Flying Column, and was present with the Gatling 

in the engagement at Ulundi (mentioned iu Brigadier General Wood's report, Medal with Clasp), 
rat. Creagh served in the latter part of the Zulu war of 1879 as Aide de Camp to Sir Garnet Wolseley, and 
rt in the pursuit of King Cetywayo. Served in the operations against Sekukuni in 1879, and was present 
aptnre of the stronghold (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

rat. Giles served in the Kafir war of 1878 in command of two mountain guns (mentioned in despatches). Was 
rds appointed to the command of the Artillery troop of tho Cape Mounted Riflemen ; served in the opera- 
ainst Morosi, and was present at tho capture of his stronghold (twice mentioned in despatches, Medal with 

ptain Pawson served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Balaklava, siege and 
ebastopol, capture of Kertch and Yenikale (Medal with two Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Served with the 
on to China in r86b. and was present at Sinho, Tangku, and capture of the Taku Forts (Medal with Clasp), 
ptain Abbott served in the Crimea and was prevent iu the action near Eupatoria while attached to 
it Cavalry Brigade (Crimean and Turkish Medals). 

arter Master E. Simons served in the Crimean Campaign from March 1855, including the sioge and fall of 
pol and battle of tho Tchernaya (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served in India from November 
unding repulse of the mutinous Sepoys at Mooltau on 31st Aug. 1858 (Modal). Served with the Bhootan 
km of 1865-66 (Medal with Clasp). 

arter Master Forsdyke served in the Crimean campaign from June 1855, including tta tta^ft wcA W2\ tft 
poi and the battle of the Tchemaya, and was pr^ent at tho action near £upaV>tia yftuYfe aAtetinaA \ft 'tab 
iTtJry Brigade (Medal with Cluap, and Turkish Medal). 



195 War Services — Royal Artillery (late Bengal Artillery). 

. l Sir George Brooke served in Bundlecund during 1809-10. Throughout the Nepnul war of 18x5-16 including 
attacks upon Nnllaghur, the Heights of Ramghur, and Fort Mai own. Siege of Hattrasa in 1817. Mahratta war of 
1817-18. Siege and capture of Bhurtpore in 1825-26 (blown up). Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, including the battles 
of Moodkee, Fcrozeshnh, und Sobraon, in tho two first he commanded tho whole of the Artillery (Medal and two 
Claxps, and CB.). Punjaub campaign of 1S48-40, ns Brigadier commanding the Horse Artillery, including the affair 
at Rumnnggur, and battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Has also the Indian War 
Medal with two Clasp* for the Ncpaul War and Bhurtpore. 

' General ('mint served in the Burmese war of 18^5-^6, including the siege and capture of Donabew, actions 
of Promo, Mnloon, and Paghammcw (Medal with ClaKp). Afghanistan campaign of 1830-40, including »icge and 
capture ufGl 1 uznee (Medal). Gwalior campaign of 1843, and battle of Mahnrnjporo (Bronze Star, and Brevet of 
Major). Sutlej campaign in 1846, and wounded at the battle of Sobraon (Medal, and Brevet of Lt.Colonel). Punjaub 
campaign of 1848-40, including tho action of Ramnuggur, battles of Sadoolapore, Chillianwallah, and Goojerat 
(Medal with two Clusps. and CB.). 

fc Sir .lames Alexander served at the siege 11 ud rapture of Bhurtpore in 1825-26 (Medal with Clasp). Com- 
manded the Artillerj- in the AfTghanihtan campaign of 1^4- under Sir George Pollock, including the forcing of the 
Khybcr Pn*s. action of Tezeen, and recapture of Cabool (Brevet of Major, and Medal). Gwalior campaign, in- 
cluding battle of Muhnrajpore soth Dec. 1843 (Brevet of Lt.Ci-h.ncl, and Bronze Star). Sutlej campaign of 1645-46, 
including the affair of Buddiwai. and battles of Aliwal and Sobraon (Medal and Clasp, and CB.). 

* General Lane served the Afghanistan cam]>aigu of 1K42 under General Pollock ns Commissary of Ordnance, 
and whs present at tho forcing of the Khybcr Pass and recapture of Cuhool (Brevet of Major, and Medal). Com- 
manded a Troop of Horse Artillery in the Gwalior campaign, including the battle of Maharajpore (Brevet of 
Lt.CoIoncI, and Bronze Star), Sutlej campaign in 1 $45-46, including the battles of Aliwal and Sobraon (Medal and 
Clasp, and CB.). Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including tho action of Rainnuggur, and battles of Chillianwallah 
and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). 

11 General Campbell nerved in the Burmese war in 1825-26, including the siege of Donabew, actions of Prome, 
Mn loon, and Pagaminew (Medal with Clasp). Gwalior campaign and battle of Punnior, 20th Dec. 1843 (Bronze Star, 
and Brevet of Major). Sutlej campaign of 1845-46. including battles of Ferozeshah and Sobraon (Medal and Clasp, 
and Brevet of Lt. Colonel). Commanded Artillery Division at Lahore during l*unjaub campaign of 1848-49 (Medal). 
Served through the Indian mutiny in 1857-58 (Medal). 

u General Abbott served at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore in 1S25-26 (Medal). Carried terms of accent* 
modation from the Court of Khova to" tho Court of Russia. Was cut down in a night attack on the banks of the 
Caspian Sea. and detained a prisoner, but ultimotelv completed the negotiation at St. Petersburg (received the 
thanks of 11. M. Minister for Foreign Affairs, and thcDooranee Order of the 3rd Clafrs). Reduced to submission the 
mountaineers of Huzara in armed rebellion against the Government. On the Sikh Governor of Huzara, with two 
Brigades of regular Troops, 12 guns, and the garrisons of many castles and small forta. declaring for Moolraj, he 
raised the population of Huzara, and, after many small affairs." remained master of the district and of nearly all the 
castles; afterwards* marched upon and occupied with 1.500 matchlock men. the Mar<|iielln Pass, which 16,000 Sikh 
Troops ami 2,000 Doornnee horse were preparing to thread (received the thanks of 11. M. Ministers in both Houses 
or Parliament, the Brevet of Major, ami the Punjaub Medal, with all its Clasps). 

14 General Turner commanded Troop of Horse Artillery of Shah Shujah's Force throughout the Afghanistan 
campaign** of i' J >*) 42, attached to the Caudaliar Division, mid present in all the actions in that distinct, with recap* 
tnro of Ghu/ncf aiul re-occupation of Cabul. Mentioned by General Xott as "having on many occasions rendered 
most ess*: nr in 1 service, " and also ns "distinguished" (Medal inscribed "Cundahur, Ghuzuee, Cubul, 1842"). Com- 
manded a Brigade of Horse Artillery at the battle of Budlcekcsevainnd throughout the siege of Delhi (mentioned in 
despatch. Brevet of Lt.Colonel). Commanded the Artillery of Colonel Greathed's Movable Column (mentioned in 
despatch). Commanded Detachment Bengal Artillery of Lord Clyde's Force at tho relief of Lucknow (thanked by 
Governor General, and mentioned by the Cominniidfr in Chief, "his most particular acknowledgments being due, 
and as having "few equals as an artillery othVcr") ; also at the battle of Cawnpore (mentioned as "again drawing 
most marked attention to distinguished merits"). Action of Khodugunge, retaking of Futtyghur, and capture of 
Menngungc (mentioned): commanded 3rd Brigade and I '.on gal Horse, Artillery at the tinul siege of Lucknow. 
Mentioned " for services of the highest value" (Brevet of Colonel, CB., Medal with three Clasps, and a year's service 
for Lucknow). 

16 Sir James Brind served in command of the Artillery with Sir Sydney Cotton's Forte against the Momundf is 
August 1S54 (Medal with Clasp). Almoin command of Foot Artillery of Delhi Field Fore**- from -_»6ih .Tune to the end of 
the siege operations in 1857. Commanded a Column in Mozuffcrnuggur and Schn run pore district. 1 *. Commanded 
Artillery of General Wa I pole's Field Force in 1^58 during its march from Lucknow to Allygun,', and in theatfairsof 
Rooya and Ally gunj ; and ser\'ed in the sumo capacity with Lord Clyde's Army through Kchilcuml and at the cap- 
ture of Bareilly, and with Brigadier Troup's Column in Oude in 185K-59, including engagements of Modhyport, 
Russulpore. Mitowlce, Aliguuj and Biswah. Commanded Columns at the action of Mchndi (where all the enemy*! 
guns were captured), and iu pursuit of Feroze Shah through Oude towards Central India (repeatedly mentioned b 
despatches, received thanks of the Government of India. Medal with Clasp, CB., and Brevet of Colonel). 

'* General Iluyshe served as Brigade Major of Artillery during the Gwalior campaign of 1843 44, including the 
hatt'c of Ma h p. rnipore (Bronze Star). Commanded a Troop of Horse Artillery throughout the Punjaub campaign 
of 1848-40. including the battles of Sadoolapore, Chillianwallah, and Goojerat (twice mentioned in despatches, 
Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps). 

20 General '('arleton commanded the Bengal Artillery Division siege train at the siege and capture of Lucknow 
in 1858 ; commanded Artillery in the action of Nuwubgungc (twice mentioned in despatches. Bruvctof Lt.Colonel, CB., 
Medal with Clasp). 

2C Licut.Geuerul Douglas served the campaign of 104V in Afghanistan under General Pollock, and wnsprescntb 
every action that took place on the advance and to the rceapture of Cabool (mentioned in despatches. Medal). I* 
March iB=S joined the Army under Sir Hugh Hose then besieging Jhansi, and was present at the assault, bavinf 
taken a gun down to the gate near which the right assaulting party attempted an escalade; subsequently com* 
manded the Artillery of the Hyderabad Contingent and was present at the various affairs in which the Contingent 
was engaged and those which preceded the capture of Calpce (Brevet of Major. Medal). 

s ~ Sir F.dwin Johnson served in the Sutlej campaign of 1845-40. including the bat ties of Ferozohhah and Bohraoa 
(Medal and Clasp). Punjaub campaign of 1S48 4-1. including the passage of the Cheenab at Ramnuggur, and 
battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat ; served on the staff with Sir Walter Gilbert's force in the subsequent pnrreit 
of the Sikhs and AU'ghans (mentioned in despatch. 1 '.revet of Major, Medal with two Clasps). Served daring 
Indian mutiny in 1857-5? as Assistant Adjutant General of Artillery, and was present at the actions of the Hindus 
on the 30th and 31st May (slightly wounded, mentioned), battle* of Budlcekescrai. siege and capture of W* 1 
(mentioned. Brevet of Lt.Colonel), siege and capture of Lucknow (mentioned, CB., Medal with two Clasps). 

Stf Licut.Geueral de Teissier served in the Sutlej campaign in 1S46, including the battle of Sobraon (Medal). Pn°" 
jaub campaign of i84S-49,ineluding the battles rd : Chill ianwalhih (mentioned in despatch) and Goojerat (Medal with 
two Clusps). 

3i Lieut. General Olphcrts commanded four Guns on service in Burmah in 1841 ; and two Guns in action nt Jhin* 
Ghat during the insurrection in Saugor and Nerlmdda territory in 1843. Commanded a Light Field Batter/ 
throughout the Gwalior campaign of 1843 44, including battle of Punninr mentioned iu despatch. Bronl* 
Star). Raised and commanded Artillery of Bundlecund Legion in the Hill campaign in Sind under Sir Chart* 
Napier iu 1844-45. Commanded Artillerj* of Native Contingent against Kote Knngra. Served with Sir CoUB 
Campbell in the Peshawar Valley iu 18^2 (Medal with Clasp). In Turkey and the Crimea in 1854-55-56. Cony 
manded three Guv.s, which, with Detachment of ioth Foot and a few Madras Fusiliers under General Neil (ij 
all 200 Europeans) routed three Native Regiments at Benares on 4th June 1857. Commanded a Battery wift 
Havelock's Force in the actions at Bithnor (horse shot.l. Mungurwar, and Alumbagh, and tlrst Relief of the Hew" 
dency at Lucknow : acted as Brigadier of Artillerj' in defence of the Residency from 27th Sept. to 1 6th Nov. i>ST 
(wounded, mentioned in despatches). Commanded* a Battery at the Alumbagh from z'jnd Nov. 1857 to ijlh M*^ 
rSs8, uud wrh present in all tho engagements there during that, period, also nt the capture of Lucknow by Lerf 
Clyde (Brevets of Major and Lt.Colviicl, CB. t Victoria Cross, Medal vitii two C\a*\w\. Commanded a Battery* 



War Services — Royal Artillery (late Bengal Artillery), 196 

rtillery in Oudo in 1858. Served at) a Volunteer with the Frontier Expedition against the Wuzcerees in 

under Sir N. Chamberlain. 

tt. General H. H. Maxwell served the Gwalior campnigu of 1843-44 and battle of Muharajpore (Bronze Star). 




Interpreter to the Naval Brigade under Sir Wm. Peel at the relief of Lucknow 1»\ Lord Clyde (1 

defeat of the Gwalior Contingent at Cawnpore, and action of Khodagunge— thigh hum.- Woken by a musket 
*vet ofLt.Coloiiel, Medal with Clasp), 
or General Angclo served in the Sutlej campaign of 1P45-46, including the defence ef Fcroreporc. ;ind battles 
.■shah and Sobraon (Mednland Clasp). Punjaub campaign of 1S48-40, including tin- pas.-a.'.enf ihcCliennbat 
gur. and battles of Sadoolaporc, Chill ian wallah, and Goojorat (Medal with two Claspi ). sie^c and capture 
(.Medal with Clasp). 

>r General Bunny served in the Sutlej campaign in iS^and was present at the battle of Sobraon (Medal), 
campaign of 1X4S 4-;. including the first and second *ie:re operations before Mooltan and sui render of the 
notions of x >thSept. (wounded) and 7th Nov., on which last occasion when in command of two IIor.se Artillery 
was particularly 1 trough t to the notice of the Commander in Chief in General Whhh's despatch : afterwards 
at the battle of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). l:idi:i'i mutiny in 1S57 5$. including the battle of 
•serai. Mege and canturc of Delhi (hlightly wounded 23rd July), bsit Lies of Bvlundshuhur and Agra, relief 
iow by Lord Clyde (mentioned in despatches), buttle of Cawnpore, taking of Futtchghur, was Brigade Major 
»ge Artillery at the siege of Lucknow (mentioned in despatches). Present with WalpoIcV Column as Staff* 
Artillery at the attack en Fort Rooya and notion of ABygungc (mentioned in despatch) ; present at tho 
Bareilly (mentioned). .'1 nd actions of Mohunidec and Shaliabad (Brevet of Major, Medal with thrco Clasps), 
ed a CH. 24th May 1873. 

irGewral Gray served in the Sutlej campaign of 184 <j-4''>. including the b:ittlc of Aliwal (Medal). Punjaub 
n of K-:|S-4.-i.ineludinirthe passage of the Chenab at Ramnuggnr, and buttles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat 
riih two Clnsps). Served as Deputy Commissary or Orilmmcc in the Indian Mutiny campaigu, including 
t and n.^nilt of Delhi in 1^57 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

Frederick Roberts served" throughout t.be Indian mutiny of 1S57 58 as D.A.Q.M. General of Artillery, 
'i the -ir--_re and capture of Delhi tn-m tnc 2PU1 June to tin* •-■•■th Sept. (wounded 14th July, horse »hot 14th 
er). notions of Bolnnd.-hur (horse shot), AUyghnr. Agra, Kunoj (horse sabred), and Bundhcru where ho 
: escaped capture while reconnoitring : present in the skinnis-hes prior to and throughout the operation? 
d with tho relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde : operations at f'awnporc from 38th Nov. to i.th Dec. 1857, and 
the (rwjilior Contingent, actionof Khodagunge, reoecupation ot Futtehghur, storm of Men n gunge, action 
ce. ami the various operations ending with the capture of Lucknow (thanked by the Governor General, 
Cr»**. Brevet of Major, Medal with three Clasps). Kmployed on special service with the expedition of 1863. 
the ti bes on the North-West Frontier of India, and w:is present at the storming of Laloo, capturo of 
ih, ami destruction of Mulkah (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Abyssinian campaign fioin January 1868, 
jitit (,'niirM.T Master General with the Bengal Brigade, and, as Senior Officer of the Department at Zoulla- 
e.!id«d the rc-cmharkation of the whole army ; was selected by Sir Bohert Napier as the bearer of his final 
iOs (Brevet of 1. 1. Colonel, ami Medal). Served as Assistant Quarter Master General and Senior Staff 
eith the Cachtir Column, Looshai Expeditionary Force, in 1871-72, and was present , at the capturo of the 
rillage*.. and attack on the Northland range. " Commanded the Troops engaged at the burning or the 
fTaikoom, . -ft January 1872 ((//.). Commanded the Koorum Field Force from the commencement of the 
war in ■E:S. anil was t rc<< ntat the -torming and capture of the Peiwar Kotal and the pursuit of the Afghan 
the Shntai L r ardi«n. atihe atVa-r in the Maugior Pass and during the operations in Khost (received the thanks 
Ion-..-* of I nrli«iment,aml A'Cli.). Commanded thcCnbul Field Force during- the advance on and occupation 
in the autumn of 1^70, and was present in the engagement, at C-harasiab, and throughout the (operations at 
-■ during the winter of 1S71, fo (C7V*".l. Commanded the Cabul-Candahar Field Forec which marched from 
» Candahar in August r?.£\ nlieved the Candahar Garrison, ond on the ist September defeated and dia- 
he arruv under Ayi'.b Khan (received the thanks (if both Houses of Parliament, Medal with four Clasps, 
use Decoration). Nominated OVli. ond created a Baronet, for his digtingu^hed service* in Tndia. Hoa Iwen 
hrec times mentioned in dcFpatchts before the Afghan war, during v. liich camj aijrn he was citdit times 
by the Viceroy and Commander in Chief in India. 

lames Hills «erved in suppression <>f the Indian mutiny in 1S57-58. including' the actions on tho 30th and 
on the Ittudun. battles *»f Budleekcserai and Nujjnffjh'ur, sieyc and capture of Delhi (severely wounded on 
1S57), siejje and capture of Lucknow, Rohilcund campaign, taking of Bareilly, and action of Mohumdoe 
tiTci's mentioned in despatches, also by tho Governor General in Council, Victoria Cross, Medal with two 
nil Brevet of Major). Commanded tho 8-inch Mortars in the Ahyssininn campaign from the 6th Feb* 
\vti< ]iresent at the capture of Matfdala (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Lt. Colonel, and Medal), 
•r General Fulton served in tho Punjaub campaijm in 184S-49 (Medal). Also at the sie«e of Delhi (men- 
•le^patche* with "especial approbation and thanks for zeal, ability, and coolness in situations of great 
Medal with Clasp). 

ael Cordncr served in thePoshawur Mountain Train in various engagements on the Trans-Indus Frontier 
to 1**9 i Medal with Clasp). In the Indian mutiny (Medal). Commanded Mountain Train Battery in the 
Hill campaign of i&f.j-r'-^, aud alto in the Bhootan campaiirn of iSr ^ 65 (mentioned in despatches, Clasp). 
ncl Harward served with Havclock's Force from its fir-t advance from Allahabad to Lucknow, including 
it of the rebels at Futtehpore, Aoutil', Pandon Niuhhe. Cawnpore, Bithoor, Mumrarwar, and relief of 
dm uti'-ned in despatch) ; defeat of the Gwalior Contin^t rt at Cawnpore (Medal wiMi ClaspL 
nel Boprle served in the Crimea in 1855-56 in command of a lottery of Turki>h Field Ar*ill.'"y (4th Class 
eiljidie and Turkish Meihil). Served in the Indian Mutiny campiiii/n in 18157 -=;?., ine'iiil-nj- t'se action of 
Nulla (mentioned in despatches) arid tho recajiturc of Luckii'.-.v. Kecciveil the Th«i:k-« of the (luveruor 
for ** Italian try aud resolution" (Brevet of Major, Mela 1 wiih Clasp). Serv.-i mi r»:e Abv.-Tinian eam- 
186S in command of a battery of six inoiintuin tfiius m.'l i-.ir nurtaiv ( -ever::! ri.i.es me:i!:<ined in de- 
, Medal). 

I'ilham Hamilton was wounded in six places durinpr n !•_'!■■[ attack "ii hi.- C:imy> by .- ■-> A ITVeedics whilst 
1 military road to Fort Makesou and encamped six mile., from IV-hawur. Oi? ..f :'..» i>:.vkundiiz and 
■ in the camii 15 were k-llcd and 31 wounded. Sr-rv« d bi-f. n Delhi fn m the ■.-'.th J::*.e to the capture of 
■n the soil 1 Sept. 1857, linvii:'.r organized the ist C..im]>:Miy of S:k!i Artil'ery d'niiij.' the sfe^e, a':d coi^tantly 
I'*d Butteries of position ('nentionrd 111 di'.-patches, w:th'*'e -;i-.r : :il appr.-b:i.tioii and than".'* lor zeal, ability, 
les* in situations of treat danger"— Medal with Cla^-p). 

nel Hughes coinniarid-d a Mountain Train Battery thvoML'hovt the o*>orat-i->n< .if the expedition of 1863 
he tribes on the North-West Frontier of India, aiid wu.- ;>res-eut at the ^tonioi.^ ol Laltio aud capture of 
h (Brevet of Major. Medal with Clasp). 

inel Nicholl was thanked by the Guveruor General and mentioned in Sir Hutrh Rose's despatch for ser- 
■injr the defence of Saucor. 

mel Lindsay serve*! in suppression of the Ind'an mutiny, inoludincrthe battle of Xuijufirhur, f-icsrn and 
•f Delhi (mentioned in despatches, twice slightly wounded on the :4th An jr. 1^57. and a^aiu al the assault 
'Cpt.l. action of Shumshabad, sieire and capture of Lucknow (Medal with two Cla.-p»0. 
mel T. P. Smith served at. thesicpe and capture of Lucknow and capture of Bareilly (Medal with Clasp), 
■olonel Anderson served throughout the Burme:-> war of 1 s- 5 j-.i;„ including the opcrat ions before and enp- 
■ngoon (Medal with Clasp for Pciru). Was fiijrairi d in suppression of the Sauthal insurrection in 1854; and 
'the Indian mutiny, including the action of Khudjiva (Medal). 

Jolonel FitxGorald served with the cxpeditii.ii s under Sir Neville Chamberlain in Meerauzye and Upper 
m 1856, and against theBozdar Belochees in March 1057 (Medal with Clasp). AlbO at the siege and ca\itu.t« 
Mid with the Field Force un ier General Showers in vnriou- minor operation* u\ rt?r, ^SV>^^v\a\>N\^\wVi\>Mfc■^. 
'olonel Manderson sen,-id in the Burmese wur of i1-2- -3, ir.cludin" the ca\A\\Tt ot \\a\v-<j\«ii VavRAXsiMBA. 
ehe*, Medal with Clasp far Pegu). Indian mutiny, including hiege of DcAhi trum ^\ii feviv^- "^Vl » w*aot»^V 



197 War Services — Royal Artillery {late Bengal Artillery). 

Boolundshnhur, Ailyjilmr. Agra, relief of Lucknow liy Lord Clyde, tho operations at Cawnporc, including the defeat 
of the Gwalior contingent ami Mitae^uout pursuit, siege mid capture of Lucknow (twice mentioned in despatches, 
Meiln) with thtve Clumps). Coinm tnded a buttery of Royal Horse Artillery in tlw Jowaki campaign of 1877-78 
(month nod in despatches, Chu-p). Sirvtd in the 'Afghan "war in 187S-71}, and commanded a battery of Royal Howe 
Artillery m the caoturc of AK Mus-jid (irtutiorcd iu deepatc) es, VB , Medal with Clasp). 

"" Lt.roiono) Arhucklc served in the Burmese war in 1852 (Medal withClatp for Pegu). Served on staff of Omar 
Fauna's Army in tho Crimea in 1355-50. including the sieg'c of Sebustopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

111 Lt.i "olonci WcNh served in the Indian mutiny campaign of 1857-58 in command of a Detachment of Artillery at 
liorrurkpovf auu A/.inighur (mentioned in despatches, Medal). 

,M Ln'olonol Hitchins served in suppression of the Indian mutiny in 1857-58, including the actions of Agra, 
Oungoore*. and Puttccnlec; occupation of the Alumbagh from 10th Jj'eb. until rapture of Lucknow, attack on Fort 
IC'-oheiyji, mid defence of Hhahjehanporo (Medal with Clasp). 

1,1 Lt O-lonol Hawkins served with the Turkish Contingent during the Crimean campaign in 1855-56 (Turkish 
Medal). Served in the Indian mutiny in 1857-58, including tlio battle of Cawnpnre on 6th Dec. 1857, action of 
Sliuin?!,:! 1 Jul. rapt ure of Liu-know, ami capture of Calp«re (Medal with two Clasp*). 

Ui I.i (" >lnni'l (/r.inherlnnd served with the expedition to the Meeranzaie Valley and Upper Kooroin in 1856, and 
with that ; :jiii the Uozdar Hills in 1857 (Medial with Clan.) 

ni Lt.Co! nd Charles Huuter served with the Bengal Horse Artillery throughoutthc operations connected with the 
eiege of Delhi, including the battles of Budleekeserai (wounded and horse shot) and Nujjui'ghur, and assault on the 
14th Sept. 1857. Subsequently with Great-hod's Column and engaged in the taking of Maleghur Fort, Allyghur, sad 
action at Agra. Relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, subsequent operations at Cawnporo, relief of Futxchghur, siege 
and capture of Lucknow, and pursuit of the rebels in Oude (three times mentioned in despatches — Medal, with three 
Clasp*). 

1 '"* Lt. Colonel Traill nerved in suppression of the Indian mutiny,including the siege andenptnreof Delhi (mentioned 
in despatch), battle of Aura, relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, defeat of the Gwalior Contingent at Cawnporc and 
Boorujghnt, siege and capture of Lucknow (Medal with three Clasps). 

m Lt. Colonel Kanies commanded two guns manned as Horse Artillery by Volunteer officers and sergeant* in the 
actions of Nemhhaira and Sheerun in Central India in 1857. Was severely wounded— shot through the right brawl 
— at the siego of Neetnuch in Nov. 1857, and received the thanks of the Bombay Government. Also served through- 
uut the Oude campaign in 1858-59 (Medal). 

lii Lt. Colonel KUiot served in the suppression of the Indian mutiny; took part in the actionB of the 30th ind 
31st May :fir )7 on the Hindun, commanded his battery throughout the latter action; was present at the ba ttle o f 
Uudlcckeserai, the siege pud assault of Delhi (sevoicly wounded in the head on the 15th September), and eeffaal 
minor aet ions— slightly wounded on two occasions (Medal with Clasp). Hervcd throughout the Hazara campaign 
of 1868 on the Black Mountain in command of the Peshawar Mountain Battery (Medal with Clasp). 

1,3 Colonel MacFarlan served in the action of Chinhm and throughout the defence of the Residency at Lucknow. 
%Vas slightly wounded by round-shot splinters and severely by a bullet (mentioned in despatch and by Governor 
General in Council, a year's service for Lucknow, Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). Served in the Afghan 
war from November 1878 to March 1879 with the force under Sir Donald Stewart (Medal:. 

lM Lt. Colonel Franks served during the India n mutiny, —in the Rohilcund campaign in 18 58, and present at the 
actions of Nugeerra and Dojura Nuddee. relief of Moradabad and Bareilly; in Oude under Sir Hope Grant in the 
Trans-Gourra campaign, present at the passage of the Gogra and subsequent operations. Commanded half of ad 
Troop 2nd Brigade Ilorsc Artillery in the Gonda district in Oude in April 1859, and with a force under Cokmrl 
Connick on nth April defeated a body of rebels composed of a remnant of tho Cawnporc mutineers (mentioned in 
despatches, Medal). 

the 30th and 3«t 




with Clasp). 

1 w Lt. Colonel Jones served in suppression'of the Indian mutiny in 1857-58. including the battle of Agra Qfedal). 

131 Lt. Colonel Griffin served in suppression of the Indian mutiny in 1857-58, including the battle of Agra (man* 
tioned iu despatch, Medal). 

liJ I t.Colunel Wake served the Rohilcund campaign in 1858, and taking of Fort Mittowlie (mentioned in despatch, 
Medal). 

134 Lt.f 'oloncJ Davidson served in suppression of the Indian mutiny, including the actions of the 30th and 3x11 Vtj 
1857 '»« the Hindun. battle of Budleokeserai (severely wounded), and battle of Bareilly (Medal with Clasp). Berred 
throughout the llazara and Black Mountain campaign in 1868 (Medal with Clasp). 

, * 1 Lt.Colouel Smithett served throughout the suppression of the Indian mutiny, including the first advance tow 
Oude, the actions at Buse "rut gunge, the pa-tssgc 01 the Ganges, the actions at Mnngulwur and Alumbagh, and the 
relief of Lucknow by Huvelock; was besieged in the Residency from 26th Sept. to 17th November 1857 (aeTtttfr 
wounded): operations at the Alumbagh under Outram, and commanded four home Guns in the action of Gain 
(mentioned in despatches) ; at the siejf.* and capture of Lucknow under Lord Clyde — severely wounded (twice BMB* 
tioned in « esputchc*, a year's service f>»r Lucknow, Medal with two Clasps). 

,3T Lt.Colouel C. E. Nairuc served during the Indian mutiru'in J 857 (Medal). Also with the second expedition to 
Eu-of/.ai, North -West Frontier, in i86j. 

,:w Lt. Colonel Chichester served throughout tho suppression of the Indian mutiny, including the action of 
the 30th and 31st May 1857, on the Ilhidun, battle of Budleekeserai, siege of Delhi (mentioned in despatches with 
"especial approbation and thanks for zeal, ability, and coolness in situations of great danger"), and battle of Barvilty 
(Medal with Clasp). 

140 Major Pemberton served at the siege of Delhi (mentioned in despatches with "especial approbations** 
thanks for zeal, ability, and coolness in situations of great danger,'* Medal with Clasp). 

141 Lt. Colonel Craster was present at the outbreak of the mutiny at Mccrutonthe 10th May 1857, and was afterwanU 
present at the actions on the Hindun, battle of Budleekeserai, throughout t.ho siege and at the final assault a nd cap; 
ture of Delhi (Medal with Clasp). Served with an expeditionary force in the Eusofzye country under Sir ftf*»T 
Cotton in April and May 185S; and with a forco under General Chamberlain against the Cabal Kheyl tribe of 
WuzccrecH in Dec. 1859 (Medal with Clatp). 

»•■ Major E. T. Hume 
of Delhi, throughout 

action on the Dojura, __ r „, . ._, . 

Mohumdce, attack on and capture of tho Fort and town of Shahabnd, actions of Pusgaon and Ruaaoolpore, e *pW p * 
and destruction of Fort Mitowlce, actions of Mehimdce and Biswah (mentioned in despatches, Medal wttfl ClMpJ- 
Present in action at Shubkudder during the Umbeylnh war (Medal with Clasp). 

143 Major T. R. Rvan served at the siege and capture of Delhi in 1857, present at the actions of Narnoal G ** 
garoc, Puttialee, and Myupoorec ; also served in the Oude campaign of 1858-59 (Medal with Clasp). 

145 Major Dixon served in occiipatiou of tho Alumbagh and siege of Lucknow (Medal with Clasp). 

148 Major Dyke served at the su«ge and capture of Lucknow (Mx*dal with Clasp). 

147 Lt.Colouel Waiter, Majors Swiutuii and Ward served in the Indian mutiny campaign (Medal). ^* 

1M Major Clarke served throughout the operations of tho expedition of 1863 ugainst the tribes on the North-"™ 1 
Frontier of India, as Acting Commissary of Ordnance (Medal with Clasp). Ai 

111 Majors Ford and Lowis served throughout tho operations of the expedition of 1863 against the tribe* <* w 
North-West Frontier of India (Medal with Clasp). # 

,M Major Gamault served with the expedition of 1863 against tho tribes on the North-West Frontier 
India (Medal with Clasp). Served throughout tho Hazara and Black Monntain campaign in 186S (Clasp). _. _ 

,5i Major Latham served iu suppression of the Indian mutiny in 1858, including the taking of Simree, and act** 
Of Bcrur (Mednl). |t _.. 

156 L'.Colimel Chapman served throughout the Abyssinian campaign from December 1867, having bronghttbi * 
Battery of Mu.inwd Onlnaticv from England, and was most energetic in getting it into order previous to ^ ■?!!!! 
of 'No. 5 Hutury .•/>* Brigiule ; svrved with the BatteTy until ihe i)tu Apr\\ ia6S t whuu he was appointed AidedeW"* 




War Services — Royal Artillery (late Bcnynl Artillery). 198 

Brigadier General Petrie commanding the Artillery, and was present at the action of Arogec and fall of Magdula 

rationed in despatches, and Medal). 

17 Major B. V. Arbuckle served with the force under Brigadier General Chamberlain against the Man good 

ixeerees in April and May i860, and whs present at tho forcing of the Burrarith Pass, and destruction of Makeem 

edal with Clasp). 

*• Major Pemberton served throughout tho operations of the expedition of 1863 against the tribes on the North- 

*t Frontier of India, and was present at the storm of Laloo and capture of Umbeylah (Medal with Clasp). 

a Major de Lautour served with the expedition of 1863 against the tribes on the North-West Frontier of India 

rntioned in despatches, Medal with Claspi. Also served with the expedition against the tribes of the Black 

untain in the Hazara campaign of 1868 'Clasp) ; also against the Duflia tribes on the Assam Frontier in 1874, and 

the operations against the Jowaki Afreedees in 1877*78 (mentioned in despatches, Clasp). Served in the Afghan 

r in 1878-79 with the Peshawur VHlley Field Foroo under Lt. General Samncl Browne, and commanded the Hazara 

untain Battery at the surprise of the Fort of Shergash (mentioned in Brigadier-General Jenkius's report, Brevet 

Major, Medal). 

m LkColonel T. Graham and Captain H. 8. Higginson served throughout the Hazara and Black Mountain cam- 

ign in 1868 ;Medal wiihClasp.i. 



War Services — Royal Artillery (late Madras Artillery). 

General Whinyates served with Colonel Thompson's Force in 1814; in the Army of Reserve under General 
nlop in 1815 ; in the ist Division of tho Deccan Army under Sir Thomas Hyslop in 1817-18 ; in Sir J. Doveton's 
vision in pursuit of Bajeorow and Appa Saib; was present at the battle of Mahidpore (Medal) si At Dec. 1817, at 

9 storming and capture of Talnair 27th Feb. 1818, at the capture of the Fort of Jillpyamnair, and at the siege of 
ft fortress of Assecrghur. 

' Sir George Balfour served with the Malacca Field Force in 1832-33. Campaign against Kuraool in 1839, in- 
iding the taking of Zorapore. Served with the expeditionary force in China throughout tho war "f ib.40-42 
edal), including the first and second captures of Chusan, attack and capture of Chinhae, N'ngpr., Tsekec, 
goon, Chapoo, Woosnng, Shanghae and Chin Kiang Foo, and investment of Nankin. 

1 Lieut. General Macintire served with the China expeditionary force in 1842 (Medal) and was present at the capture 
Wooaung, Shanghae, storm and capture of Ching-kcung-foo and operations befoie Nuukiii. Commanded a Detach* 
snt of Nizam's Cavalry at Guomsour under General Dyce in 1S47. Commanded the *n<I Cavalry Hyderabad Con- 
sent at the siege of Dhoroor, and against the Fort of Kaiiuou, also at numerous umiirt. with Koliillahs in 1851-52, 
a at Sailoor where his horse was cut down under him in 1854. Served with the Kaiuptce Movable Column with 
Jonel Millar's Detachment at the attack and forcing of the Konuh Pass on 77th Dec. 1S57, on which occasion lie 
>k his men up au almost impassable ghaut in the face of a large body of the enemy .several of whom were cut up on 
tog to the top of the hill. Commanded a Detachment of the Column in the Nur&mgporc district in Jan. 1858, and 
tde a dour across tho Bhopal frontier, and seized a noted rebel with his followers and hordes; commanded a 
itachment on the great Deccan Road when one of the posts at Salawabad was attacked by a large body of rcbelB 

10 were repulsed with loss by the Nagporc Ilillc* and Detachment 28th Madras N.I. ; was present at the attack ot 
eghan, attack of Kubrai, battle of Banda, and relief of Kir>» r ec, under Major General Whitlock, on which occasion 
e Cavalry and Horse Artillery marched 85 miles in 37 hour:.— was at the attack of Radha Govindoo's Army on the 
sights of Punwarree and Duddree on the 29th Dec. 1858 (Mt Jal, Brevet of Major, and CB.). 

17 Major General Gosling served in the Crimea u campaign in 1 855-56 subsequently to the fall of Sobastopol. 8erved 
th General Whitlock's Field Force in Buiidlecuml in 1858, and was* present at the battle of Banda, and aflair at 
eengan (Medal). 

a Major General Robert Cadell served on the Staff of the Turkish Army during the Russian war from October 1854, 
rinding the defence of Eupatoria, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and Omar Pacha'swinter campaign in Mingrelia 
lentioned in despatches, Crimean Medal with Clasp, Turkish Medal, 4U1 Class of the Medjidie, and Brevet of Major), 
rved in the Indian mutiny campaign in Bengal, including the actions of Doomooreagunge, Baunriah, and Tool* 
epore (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

■ Major General Macintyrc served with local rank of Captain attached to the Ottoman Army in 1855-56. Joined the 
srtch expedition as a Brigade Major (Medal with Clasp for Sebastopol). Accompanied the army of Omer Pasha 
Asia Minor, and was present throughout the winter campaign there, including the battle of the Ingour, after 
bich battle. Captain Dymock, 95th Foot, having been killed, he was appointed Aide de Camp to the British Com* 
isiioner. Sir Lintorn Simmons, in which capacity he served until April 1856, receiving warm acknowledgments 
tan services from that officer on resigning the appointment (Turkish Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Pro- 
•tdsd to China in command of a Mountain Train Battery with tho expedition in i860. Present at the defence of 
Ibaaghac when attacked by the rebel army on tho 18th 19th and 20th August i860. By a well-directed shell from 
iMWitain train howitzer laid by himself, ho wounded Chung Wong, Commander in Chief of the rebels, in the 
•ot, in addition to killing and wounding several of his Staff. Was senior officer of Artillery and in command oJ 
be South Gate Post, the principal point attacked, during the defence (mentioned in despatches, Medal). 
M Major General Pearsc served tho Punjaub campaign of 1848 -49 ; — was Assistant Field Engineer under General 
ffaishat the siege of Mooltan, and st the action of Soorujkoond, and subsequently commanding the Artillery of 
he Nawab of Bhawulpore under Major II. B. Edwarde*: present at the capture of the city of Mooltan (men- 
tasd in despatches for conspicuous gallantry when repelling a sortie from the fortress on 30th December 1848). 
tared under Major R. G. Taylor with the Force in the Derajat, which drove the Affghans from Bunnoo (Punjaub 
■edal with Clasp). On the 2nd Jan. 1850. at the Goombuttee Pass, at the head of the border levies defeated the 
tabs of Oomurzye Vizeerccs who made a descent on Bunnoo. In November 1852 was in command of 4000 Cash- 
B«re Regular Troops and British Irregular Levies in the Expedition to Khagan and the Black Mountain (Medal 
with Clasp). Served throughout the Indian mutiny, commanded the Cavalry of the Hurreeaua Irregular Field 
'Ores of General Van Cor Man dt at the actions of Aodah and Kheireeka. In command of 400 Rahtore Rajpoot Cavalry 
°> Bickaneer,— made a forced march on the 26th June 1857, by which Hissar was relieved. Commanded a Force 
which stormed and captured the fortified positions of Bhatoul and Mungalee in Hurreeaua. Commanded the Cavalry 
•t Jomalpoor. Served with General Showers' Delhi Column, and was present at the occupation of the Forts of Dadree, 
•hojjur.and Kanound. Commanded a body of Cavalry in Brigadier Gcrrard's Delhi Column at the battle of Narnoul 
(ttrereiy wounded). Commanded the 3rd Sikh Cavalry at the siege and capture of Lucknow in March 1858. Served 
*ith the Azimghur Field Force under Sir E. Lugard at the actions of Munnehar, Azimghur 15th April, and in tho 
Pursuit of Koer Sing including the actions of Azmitghur 17th April 1858, Munnear and Shoeapoor Ghat, and in the 
e *Pedition into the .Tmrdespore Jungles during June and July 1858 (Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). 

M Colonel E. M. Play fair served in tho second Burmese war in 1853 (Medal). Also served in the Indian mutiny 
campaign and was often engaged with the rebels in inconsiderable actions (Medal with Claap for Pegu) . 

* Colonel Gloag served in Kimedy ir» 1856, and was present at the attack and capture of Suringee and of Woojee 
"sddah. 

*° Colonel Hog served with the Saugor Field Division under Brigadier Whitlock in 1858 and was present at the 
tetion on the 17th April (Medal). 

u Colonel Gordon served in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1857-58, and was present at the relief of Lucknow, 
deluding the operations at the Martiniere and Dilkoosha, and was also engaged in the action and defeat of the 
''Walior Contingent at Cawnpore on the 6th Dec. 1857, And pursuit (Medal with Clasp). 

. ** Colonel Chamier commanded Mountain Train Howitzers and Rockets in the engagement with the Hill Kurreuti* 
•n Pegu on the 22nd April 1856. Served in the Indian mutiny campaign from 29th May lftyj to \-> k \Xv^\awcn\^x \V$» 
adodtng the actions of Nusrutpore, Chanda,Ummecrpore, Badshagunge.B^lapnQT^.a^dTi^owT^t^^^^T^x^ivtT^ 



I99~ 20 3 War Services — Royal Artillery (late Madras Artillery). 

Frank* • siege and capture of LucVnow by Lord Clyde ; the relief of Azimghur, and action* of Munnihar, Tom* 
Bridge, Kughai, Munnuhar, Shropore Ghaut, Jugdcspore, Dullcepore, Metahi, and Chowbeypore under General 
Lngard. Commanded a Light Field Battery during the severe engagement* at Cawnpore under General Windham 
on the 26th 27th and 28th November 1857, when he was especially thanked for " the gallant manner in which he 
fought his guns." Served also under Lord Clyde iu the attack and defeat of tho Gwalior Contingent mutineers on 
the 6th December 1857 (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). 

** Colonel Tayler served with the Saugor Field Force in 1858, and was present at the Affair of Kirbrai, battle of 
Banda, and occupation of Kirwce (Medal) . 

** Colonel Hadow was present in several skirmishes in the Sumbulpore country during the mutiny in 1857-38. 

48 Colonel Lane served in the Central India campaign from July 1857 to May i85o,and was present at the affairs 
of Moorwarrah and Budgaum, and at tho uttock of Konah Pass (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). 

49 Lt Colonel Caine served in the Central India campaign from July 1857 to May 1859, and was present at the affairs 
of Kuttinghee, Balacote, and Nursinghur (Medal with Clasp). 

M Major Hon. A. B. de Montmorency nerved during the suppression of tho Indian mutiny with the Gorruckpore 
Field Force and the Sanger Field Division from 1858 till the end of 1850 (Medal). 



War Services of Royal (late Bombay) Artillery. 

1 Sir "William Marcus Coghlan served the campaigns of 1838-40 in Afghanistan as Brigade Major of Artillery, in- 
eluding the storm and capture of Ghuzneo (mentioned in despatches, and Medal), storm and capturo of Khelst 
(mentioned iu despatches, and Brevet of Major), and occupation of Cabul. Commanded a Column from the Gar* 




bunreo and Ambapawnee on nth April 1858. Operations in the Santporo Hills in 1858 in command of Mountain Train 
and Left Column of attack (Medal, and Brevet of Major). 

7 8ir Arnold Kcmboll served the campaign of 1838-39 in Afghanistan, including tho siege and capture of GhunM 
<Mcdal). Campaign of 1857 in Persia (Medal with Clasp, CB., and Brevet of Major). The Governor General «f 
India stated in his notification of the 18th June 1857 ti* at "thevaluablo assistance afforded on every occasion tf 
difficult y and danger, and especially in the brilliant expedition against Ahwac, by Captain KembaJl had ben 
highly commended by Sir James Outram and merited tho unqualified approbation and the hearty thanks of tot 
Governor (Jeueral in Council." 

• Lieut.(tfTiornl Aitken served with the expedition to Persia in 1856-57, and was present at the bombardment of 
Mohuuir.'ih (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served throughout the camjwign in Kujpootana and 
Central India in 1857-59. including the action of Ue wall, sieges of Awah (mentioned in despatches) and Koteh 
(meiiti'im-d in despatches), and subsequent operations in Central India (Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). 

• L:er.t.<;eneral Fuller served in suppression of the Indian mutiny, and was present at tho action of Kotan- 
keserai and recapture of Gwalior (Medal with Clasp). 

11 L:«it. General Hatch was present at the capture of Wankeera in 1844 — mentioned in despatches and thanked by 
Gov 1 mini-lit. Served with the Persian expedition of 1856-57, and was present at tho action at Reshiiv, burreuder of 
BushiP', and battle of Kooshab (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

*" Major General Bayly served in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49 and was present at tho Bicgc and capture of 
SCooltati (Medal with Clasp). 

" Col'>r,el Harris served with the Persian expedition of 1856-57, including the storm and capturo of Rcshire, 
surrender of Hushirc.and bombardment of Mohumrah (Medal with Clasp). Served iu suppression of tho Indian 
mutin.v at the siege and capture of Kotah and pursuit, second taking of Chundarcc, action of Kotahkoscrni and pur* 
suit, takintr of Gwalior (mentioned in despatches), bombardment and capture of Powree, actions of Sindwaho and 
Kurai, surprise and pursuit of tho rebels at Koondrye— severely wounded (Medal with Clasp). 

M Colonel Lucas served in the Indian mutiny campaign of 1S57-59,— with the Ahmcdnuggur Field Force in 
1857-59 including tho action with insurgent Hheels in Feb. 1858 ; and in 1858-59, with the Central India Fiald Fort* 
under Sir Huu r h Rose. Subsequently with tho Okamundel and Kattiwar Field Force and was present at the storm* 
ing of the rHqKvora Fort in the liurda Hills on 18th Dec. 1S59. 

84 Colour! I>( ni- de Vitrd served with the Persian expedition in 1857 (Medal with Clasp). 

*■ Coloiirl LeCocn served with tho Persian expedition of 1856-57 and was present at the storm and capture of 
Reshirc, surreiider of Bushire. battle of Kooshab, and bombardment of Mohumrah (Medal with Clasp). Serrei 
also in suppression of the Indian mutin.v, including Kotah, Kotahkcscrai, Gwalior, Koonrai, and pursuit of Tanta 
Topee (mentioned in despatch, Medal with Clasp). 

4 * Colonel HollKsrton served with the Persian expedition of 1856-57, including the storm and capturo of Regain, 
surrender of Hushire, and battle of Kooshab (Medal with Clasp). Commanded Artillery at tho recapturo of Koto- 
pore in Deo. 1857 (Modal). 

*• Colonel Woodward served with tho Persian expedition of 1856 57, including tho battle of Kooshab (Medal 
with Clasp). Served in suppression of tho Indian mutiny in 1858-59, including the action on the Taringa Hilla 1* 
Mybcckanta and Goozerat (Medal). 

** Lt. Colonel Worsley served in the Persian expedition of 1856-57 (Medal with Clasp). 

45 Lt.Coloncl Ritchie served in the Indian campaign in 1857-58, including tho actions of Nimbhera and Jeerun, the 
successful defence of Nccmuch, and tho capture of Kotah (received the approbation of the Government of Inch* 
for his services at Neemuch, Medal with Clasp). 

** Lt.Colonel Berthon served in the Persian campaign of 1856-57 and was present at the bombardment and capture ol 
the Forts at Mohnmra (Medal with Clasp). Commanded a Mountain Train in action with insurgent BhcelsatSham* 
ehorpore (Indian Mutiny Medal). 

47 Lt.Colonel liar court served throughout the Central India campaign of 1857-58 (mentioned in despatches. Ma«3A« 
with Clasp). 

** Lt. Colonel Newport served with tho Persian expedition of 1856-57, including the surrender of Bushire and bat,**-* 
of Kooshab) Medal with Clasp). 

41 Lt.Colonel Vachell served vviih tho Persian expedition in 1857 (Medal with Clasp). Capture of Sholupore SW**^ 
surrender of Jumkundee in 1858. 

M Major Stockley served with tho Persian cxi>cdition in 1857, and was present at the bombardment of Mohunur"*** 
(Medal with Clasp). 

M Colonel B. H. Pottinger served as D.A.Q.M. General throughout tho Abyssinian campaign, having landed- * 
soulla with tho Reconnoitring Party on the 2nd October 1S67 ; present at tho action of Arogee and fall of MagiLs* 5 *' 1 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

** Major William Ward served in the Mountain Train with tho Fiold Force from Aden against the Foodlse , 
in 1865-66. 

•' Major Walker nerved in the Mountain Train with the Field Force from Aden against the Foodlee Arabs 
1865-66 and was present at Bir Saced. 

•* Major Spring served throughout the Abyssinian campaign from 23rd Dec. 1S67 as Commissary of Oidnan 
and was in charge of the Ordnance Depot established at Senafe (Medal). 

99 Major Mortimer served throughout the Abyssinian campaign from 8ept. 1867, having proceeded to ZoqDairi** 
the Reconnoitring Party ; was present at the action of Arogee and capturo of Magdala, and mentioned in dsBpatet-*** 
for "ability, energy, and -seal*' (Medal). 

M Captain Caldecott served throughout the Abyssinian campaign with the Transport Train from September 1I671 
mad commanded a Division of the Train during the latter half of the campaign (mentioned in despatohes for u §bQi%J 
enor/iy, mud seal, " Medal). 



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■flb, llnTfld Do Vers, Deronnort 

'CalIa«b.Jamei Robert. Assist. Hupdt. n 

Isiia, Bengal 

Km Malcolm William, Deputy Snperj 



'."'"'} 



>.W. Jl 



Z) 

■., Gt. Trigonometrical Surrey of) 

"ent, ird Grade, Greet Trigono-) 

w. a March Si,' i 

■ de, D.l'.W.; Revenue! 
it of India. Simla ...J 



rlJiku HWniw.Adj. let London Engine 



loto-f Jos, iT«rr,Ad, 

uepeniowne, Henry, Commanding nth Company It. Ens. Ireland, Cork , 
uc&amp, Clayton P— ' "'— " — ■" ■"■--'- " ■> '" ■ "■ 



it Grade, D.P.W. Leare, I 



lam. Lestock Francis. E 
ii,Thmnas Brown Blake ,* 



iginser, tst Grade.D.P.W. Furloogh ... 
._. „ineer, 3rd Grade, D.P.W., Managor or) 

intlahar Slate Railways, Mooltun. Leare, Europe j 

. Engineer, and Grade, D.P.W., Weswrn Bsjpootonu) 

JBB.TS 



Uttrwk,i : C 

CirTims. 

,3oNov.jb) 

jtiarler Master Gi 



Grade, Great Trigcno- 1 



Ci. Bill, Mart Smtr,"" Assist. Quarter Master General. Inlalligence Dep.,L 
Waltrr St. fl«™, instructor in Mililary Drawing, R.M. Academy ,Wooh 
ahey. George Fletcher Ottley, Kiec. Eng. nt Qnulo, D. P. Works, Hydersl 
Mr, Qnrgt William, Adjt, ret Middlesei Engineer Volunteers, Pulham, Lon 
re, Richard Tudor, Eaetam District, Yan v 



S" , Thomae Henry, Commanding 3 3rd Company Royal Kng., Malta 
tin. Dap. Biipt., 3rd Grade. Groat Trigonometrical Surreyof India, Poona 

nkett, George Tindell, Dover 

nlnh.Bdmrd Merry, Adjt. 1 Went Eiding of Yorkshire Vol., Sheffield (HI. 

l*..iUir. Oi) , - 

a. I**iu Xrrr, Instructor in Fortification, Royal Military College 

[bah, Thomas. Director of Works Branch, War Office 
■a. TalntiH Fratu, Inatmotor in Military Drai 
■•, WUiUm Gordon, Inetructor in Fortification, : 
Wav Thomas Hungerford' 10 * Deputy SuperinU 

«(laS^DehraDoon(B(.J(«jor,aMarchS.) 

MWtk AUra*dtr lirwi, Special duty, Prison Department, Homo Office, 

t/kMsaU.. "- f— ..«- — bL. . T :-, 



. X, R. M. Academy, Woolwii 

ftoyal Mil, Academy, Woolwi, 
indent, Topographical Survey 




or of Musketry, 1 May 7!, Grareeem 

rdon, William Henry, Eieo. Eng. mdGr., D.P.W., Bombay.. 
s. lean Graive, Eieoutire Engineer, and Grade, D.P. Works, 
■Ueh, Alien Aug. William, Comdg. 1c.tb.C0." " " 



in'rvty,Somhor 



nolds. Henry Cha. — _.. 

acker, Herbert Paget, Gibraltar 

i, Henry Pincke, Commanding jBth Company, II. E. S.M.K, Chatham 

It.rjluvwortsiicUrJ.InstiuctoriuFortificat-- " ' '■ "■— " 

amdee, Francie Quintin, Commanding 30th Co . . 

liffct, William FitsHetirr .Ordnance Surrey. Dublin 

hi. Wm. Sinclair SmlUi, Eiecutive Engineer, and Grade, E 
ieiker State Railway, Agra {Bt. Major, a " 
j,"' Bxeeotive Bngu 



a. Madras . 



am Henrr, 

eirds, r'loetwofrtl IsLuu, o'.u.ul.. ■ ,,,^^ ^, 

MvyPoraeK) theQueen, and Groom in Wi 

■Hey. Herbert Hnghem, Northern Dietriot. Loe-li 
>■ Berry Croker, Eieo. Eng., 3rd Grade. D.P.W., 
-iLI, rrancii, Punibroke Dock 



Ule, Henry, Cc 



Grade, D.P.W 



*oill, John Townaend, War Office, Whitehall ., 

...,,. .. „. J .__ . ... , Royal Engineers, Malta 

any, Royel Engineers, Gibraltar.... 



HS 



t Lanarkshire Engineer Volontoors, Glasgow 



-!^r 



t jutf a. 

1 July Bi 
1 July 8 
1 July 8. 
1 July St 



t8 Deo. Bi 
18 Dec. gi 
1 18 Deo. 81 



"■ FeW." 7 5 



i!Sept.76 

;■■■'. -Jc 

,.!.|i,v. 77 



Hopt.; 7 



Corpa of Royal Engineers. 



Kirk-wood, Handle? Psal, Come" r^i 3th Ct 

it (iranvlll 

I'sUcr.Esc 

"{Ht.UajJr, 



id Grade, D. 
irtGradc, D.P. 
' : ' 'ii'.'il.'ciiV V 'March 



I EnR., Ordnance Survey. BdinbnrRU is Jon. 6j lOrt n 

Worln. Irriwation Branch, Baharunpore i) Jan. 64 i Oct r 

itrnotioii, 8.M.E., Chatham .5 Jan. 64 1 Oct n 

., Irrigation Ilranch, Labors 1; Jan. 64 , Oct 77 



Ki".'.'.'".'";.'.'"!.'... , i6 Fell. 64 . Oct 71 

1 Mar. «. ,on. 71 

BSIar. 64' ,oct n 

Jnncu, Wa'.tcr rut-he, CiBfimimilrsie- -v.) Compur.v. R Ei.jruLi!?™, Londun {Bt.Hujer, 19 Nov. jo) Ji Mar. 61 < , Oct 71 

Calnx, RirkarJ, Adjutant 1 r^nca ah i re Eoguieor Volunteer*, Liverpool 1 3 May 6. , Oct 71 

Dorward, James P.inl, Porttmnnth 15 July 64 , oat -; 

James, <Jon«i>y. S">.ecuUve Engineer, tliI rSi-ndo, Tl.V. Work*, Benares Provincial Diviniou ...: -j A nit. K 4 , oet 7; 

GcorjjEii, Henry Kliurle- (.iill-i-i 1 , Con-.ranridiiij; .-.lis Cnrap:iny. Uoyr! F.ni.-mecrii. Bermuda '30 Anu.fi. , Oct 7J 

Uraenalraal, William Lewi, aicetaive. Knajinecr, 1*1 Grade, D. P. Worka, Lucknow .. rBOct 6.' , Oct n 

Sj.i-. Sl;is:ilii»r.!rt., Osiirci!. .f 11 >.'ll L,r.T-.r.. DcMiit.meut. Hurso Guarda 10 Joly 6*j, Oct - 
ddebrand, Godfrey. Incentive En, vine;-.-, nit Grade. il.J'.Woi-kn, WW. Province), ;Qi Circle 1 c „„ , ' „ ' 

1 . } .son. 64 sDetn 

GPI, li'illian: John, InU-ll-.pcino r>,-.|ar,-.-jii'ur., H'iri'c Undid!) ... 11 Not. it',, Dec „ 

Wrijfht, .Point TU'jfini:, Hsit. Km., and Guide, (J. I'. Wrivka. K.W. Province*, Lueknow ..' Dec. a, ,, j,„ 4 

A will-,-, As>!lir<i?r, Private Mui-n-tii-v it, the Governor of Madron Dec. 64 J f t h -< 

«nr..r, WiHi'iiifl Jl>.wi', In. .-.rut::, ,r 111 I'-nrtiui w.;r,n. Royal Military College, Sandhurst ' 9 Dec. Cj f, Veil - ; 

Waller. Stsnicr, K-ewry 1:1 Ordimuy to U.H.iJ. Prince Leopold. | a Dec. 6,; fifth It 

Alexander, An Mir l.')iii:.!-il, 1. i.ii-iKiii.Hiii.i; ,,th Company K. E., Goeporl. Ordered 10 Bermuda 13 Dec. 6, t, r >l> ;.' 

l'liOV, Aiiliar Uo>r,t..«" Giliralt.'ir .13 Dec. (VifiFi-n -i 

Wrficran, .M11, lu,nru.!.:i- ir. F01 attention. It. M. A., Wool (rich hj Dec. 6,', [Feb. ;t 

I.indMi.'ll, J 1 ■tin Hm-licr, Kiifciern Dii-lriel, Cnlchriiter. Ordered to Bermuda a 3 Dec. 64 ic jtar rl 

Nichulinjti, Wi-.li;im("instjniin p :« Incentive Engineer, jndGrade, D.F.Works, Mm«o' Worka 1 ., , , I ,„ , 

Branch, BenRal (iKVaAr, 1 March SO . ■' " llrji ^ ^""--' 

falfr.rd. Hii!'"('U Kichiiul, Exic. "" 

■ineial Diviaion. 



c. Enp., 3rd Grade, D.P.W., N.W 



Reid, I'll LI in tiMi'-.lcCtvj-. -jth rimii'iiviv iloyiil Eriirineei 1). On [iiibiioi.t home 

Hurt. Hilviiinl (.'luri.., .ur.Adiut.iini 2 !Ll..:u«:vc.i-ti!rr Knitinecr Volnuu-cr,., brintfli 
FannLawc, Kilmuil Uanl well, Command. 39th Compnny R. K.. ChnOiam 



Ihnckcnliiiry. Mfi-.ih: ( iiii.pl«:ll. Eitv. Kris.. ;nl Grade, D.P. 
Jeir, Richnni Henry, C'-nmmandintf 1st Comjiaay Fjij-al " — '■ 

WomllhiHpc, Kiilieif Ildusct, AS'-irt. l'.u])rr;iileiniciil, 

Ult.7t«r'r, ■' Ni.v. :■■,; Ht.Lt.ril. ■.. Miireliei) 

Wni-hiiir;L"o, Fi.iocLi- 1-almer. (\>id.l,r. =ot.li ComnanvB 
Jillilll, ^;.ilnr:y I.j-.iil:. i:.,-c. Miur.. roid 



Irrimitlon, Peretepore ... 



,. « r. HcrCKliml. r!,!,:lc« 1'rr.l. Oiljl,c. Nutci. Oi.U 

XLchclM in,, John SliiiHv™. IJick Fiirl«iifii 

Execiitirc Knii.. :,i,d Uradc, D.I'.IV., Military Worka Itmncb, Simlfi ii Dec. *jl,, July ,1 



!1...J i» Apr. dilltr.il 
.....;„ June S S n Apr. ]t 

.....jnJane65 | ifA«r.]i 
'■ J|aa JuneSj ullaj^ 

« Jnnefij loKaj^ 

'jsDoe. eslijiiajji 

»a Dec. 61I 1 Joceil 

laa Doc. 69 1 ' 



Walker. Oc'uwa K.J,,,!. I'luf. Rdv. .Mil. i.'ullcirc, KiiiKmoti. Canililn. with local rnnk lit Major ...11 Dec. 6('"4 JdIt ii 
<;,, !: i],l,cll. [liitu-iiii ?IocNbLI, Eiccntivi! !'.:..;il.ctr. w>l(Jra<lo. 1>.P. Worku, Vclkiro Diirlalon .. ; - -' • ■ ' 

KlirLc-iv, i'l.nvkn t'lnULloClifliili, Ksuc. Bnff., 3rd Grade, D.P.W. Bick Furlaush 

I'lirrhii,.. William Hnbcrt, Siconuve Her ., rail Grade, D.P.W. , BanKaloroDivinion. Furlnn_ 

)i.».r. Wat jon. uinirii'H Mijijrc, A—istur.t tiuporiattadentor Hninilief, India Store Office, London 1; 

Jckyll, llorliert,"' Sec. to Royal Connnisi-inn on Colonial Defence*. Whitehall 

Ohrijlic, CUiu'it!. Ui.i-.iiirl JVr.!i;i ■, Hsnriiincr of '..uniuiitiieil Ru;ls-ay Acciiunta, L'alciitta . 

Moore, Edward I'r'niCfrfibln.Ul. i'miiriiiniliDi; -th Company R. B.. Capo of Good Hope 

IX Lcncll, Edwnrd l',-:iil„-ri,,ji, At-iii.tn:!! rtuvi.vi ntciident. and lira.ic. Topop.iphical tlnrvev ', 

nf iiid:.M'uli-uItn(/lf .",</■'','" I'lW.yji lit. I. '.Col. iMnrchBi) j 

T.iraei, Jiaioarl I'.ni. |, 1.011, Kx^rutivi; Kill:., mid Gi ,n!e, D. P. Workn, Mecrut.... 

Cuiinney, Duvi.l CharUM, AMlMnut [naiieotor uf Worka, Royal Araenal, Woolwich 

I'lircoll, Matthew U:-:i v, '.J.-..]riink ,■ Survey. I;!iniicli .. 



Military Work.. 1. 



Engineer, 3rd Grade, D. P. Worka, X. W. Provincoa, ' 

irk a Branch,' Bi'm'la.' 



HnaiUient, Jiibn Kdmid, Biocnrjve Bug., md Grade, D. P. W., 

>\r rh!ir.-|.Ji--!in li... n- eM^irii,!!, 1 - ■Cv I i;ii. 1 («f. it,,j,,,. .( Je.o.-^i . 
llo^le, John dii 'I'm r.-,Mi, Ai-jiiui. (nijtsiicif'r in Surveying, Bchool 



ll.^-k I 

ltltcklc, Sirnmcl. •/" V>i-(isru.y Sttcm Litl ; Coloniiil EuRincer, Gillrallar 

Moi'irnii, WiUioui K.i.v:n l.i.iv.oLlj 11. (ii-.lm.uira t'utvcT, Mercfrivd 



ilot'MiataxTEn t r.,C1 



iDat-jJ 



■jJulj... .atj 
1% Jolj ■ iJaa-B 
■ 7Jnlj* tfjavn 



l-.r.c. lli-.-i-ii, ArtiiurOftaviuii. Aian-i-lioi 

t.o,vi-..laiac«Fr,d,:rirk, War Office. Whitehall 
deWolski, Kclicimi Kola. Special duty in Turkey 
llarklir. R.iliirl Martin, Ordnance Survey, Cliflun 



- Hti-irv, Uriiisclc Sloj-.r, Royal Mutineers, Dill. 

liretaon. lli.tih 'w ili-nrv, A.-Lii,.-.. limtviii-ror in l'V.d KcrtifirntJoni', 8. M. Eug., Chatham ... ' 

Mrttic. Ilrnry I InraCtiui: At :jratf (MNiiKf, iiiii,:l)mi>t . . 

1 1:1 -, r'niiicih .lereiiiv. Oidniuii .1 Survey, .Noriv:cli 

Ui-..wu. l,oui>liv,ilk'i,er, ;i-.,,,d[. I'lirkurirl I'iiilil Ti.ii,,. Hcu^nl tappers ninl Missern, Roofiecl 

{lit. Mai-,,, i M:i..-hi B,l. furl- .ui;h i 

Jiihns'.r.y,, li'.iiiciin A]t>.iir..li':-, Ordnance ijilivcy, Deriiy .. 
Gaidintr, Itiid.nid. Hie.:. Kn:;. , 31 ilHracle, D.P.W., Ilomlar 
lii.rc, John, Ciirriiirh, lri.^iind, Ad.iutniit 1 1 'iic-liir.' liujfiiie 



tile, D.P.W., H.,rai.'iiy 

nt 1 Che.hiro Kngince _ , 

Ro-rrmkl 1 I I lleiignl, Military Works 



(Jan. .D**^ 



. - 1! 



f'lii'luQfih... 



li 11 i;oi.' Charles Hm ev, V.*.. Kni;., ird Umde, iiupcrinuiiider.t of Inatrattion, lieiu;,ll Puppet* j . 

iiQd.Minnri., KoviVto J ,» •>" 

Clarke, (ieurue eyilenluitn, ComnuunlJiig )inil Cornp.-iny Royal Eugmeera, Ulbraltai ' - ' 



Whin-ford, Willi;.... 
U|ipor Section, gm 



iiiiier, u,-i 111:1:1 ti- ii'.n ,-iv, 1. iiei,i-n- 

.teford Bell, Eiec. Knn. l3 n] Grade, D. P. W. Candahar State Bailway, i 



Oorpi of Royal Engineer* 



impauy Boy*! Xsr 

Charles Henry, Co .en. fin dins joth Cotopexv R'.ynl Bo 
;: ..i-f„..r! l>.rke. En.f l>. L - . ,r I I ira Ir. 11 I' If or as. 
Arthur Rub. Ford, rt-M K , t'luiO.aai. Oomtmi ■! '■-■ ■■ 
larles Fearon, Eser En.-V i . ; t Up I ■■;. Ic. I' I' «'j'. 

Jeclion. Surrey Div. air in Kurlouifh ..... , 

J>bert Jlfturell, 1 * 1 llalia 

Dratio Arthur, Eioc Jlut Er.Blr.eer. alb Urm.l*. I) I'. W 

npneer end Secretary to Ootctd mew, N. W Provioon 

: c ...:jv. s.nviiLTv l: „■ I 

Carlos Hadiiel.l. C i,.uri 



f. Mining Service,) I 



TaiTo: 



Hnrt, !:> -^iimld Clarr."? ti|vi u .'..ii-. I 
1 1 ..'l.-m-W Wiloier. 






. _ na Campbell. AldadaCamptntJen OfTlrrr i oiamaiidiui.' at Hnlilm. M.S. 

''.:■,. 1 1 ■>■.:.]!• mi), ii v.i i "j !■ ■ K ' i Ka. «a.« 1 1 "-I iiy 

i(.Mci,MSilf,A«8W W ..•1.1.1'IH'IV.N 11 lrm-..Mil.W.irfcH. EM-rfc..-..- 
rtdrrirk TIjus. Nelson. Eicnime Kogiaeer, in! f.rado, D.P.W.. unitary Work 



nandian; »itb 4'oanDT R.E . S 



1 :-■ -. ' -tike. Tcleirrnnl Serviei'. l.uTirt'.n i\ 



Seoras Krjbcrt Roll.. Hieciul duly. Sierra Leone 

•ecbcll. I'limmiulii .■ j.:l. I'mi-i s.-i. I'-.-utonuIb 

i :. .rue iVillinm. A' ;■ .in lump to Major lienani Ually 

Alfred, Northern D nr-.ii. Wat., b.«*r 

i. Jui:i. - Wlnic. (.'iMDOUUiding j;ia. Company. HnyaJ E 

rederic. Ordnance Survey. Plymouth 
ihur,!.-.'" Eur. - ■ i n.r,... . :■ !■ w.riis. u.:,ia: 

[. Ferdinand, 

id ward Robert. Onl: 



rtberii Liiium, LithBcld 



jJi.l.v •■■: ; 
J .Inly 6', 7 

?J"].V -, 7 



il. Riehs.rd,Curranh, Ireland 

(Jeorae Corbet. An.-i-l. Su|n. .-n.l liruiLi:, (It. Tritfonanjetri 
obert Hanbnry. K\r, . K I , u- ..,t!. ilrsi.le. U.I'.W. FnrlonKb 
■ l.-n Oliver, KM-intiv.. En Jiii-i-r, ,1-J I ! rail.?, D.l 1 . Wurkri, 
'—"—ser, jrdGrar- "' 



rvey of India. Fori. 



Rawal Pindi, Forlon((h 

land* Relifoler, Special duty, Palestine 

diell. Hapib.Jaiellijren™ DepurBiioiit, Horse i 



ny Bayard, 1 " Colrheslr-r 

[, W. Ifi.r.Je Cieuri'i;. Kiljubnreb 

' la Alexander, School of Miliiary KiiKineurii. 



.VilUinn. 'ij-lm. 



...... augban, A.! Mirui 'i..-. ni I-: 1 1 1.- infers, Alderabot, ?fi July 79 .. 

but in. Sappers nod Miners. Peahairur , 

[, II- rl-11 n,nrl.?j, Cii'i Vice ■_ ■■■1..-. l" in AniituLin 

■.Tulinie John. Malta , 

imm Ryder, Assistjint Instrur-lor, S1-11...I ,,f Military Enerincerinc;. ("bat! 
ir'<*ri h'yt*. Inspector of Lighthousea. BaaMUM. On Tejuji-rniy EUnn 



Lly.jnr. Henry Wallah, loatmctor in ForliBcnl 

, Charlei, Ordoaooe Surrey , Clieeirr .... 

wen Vidiil. EjEectitive eiiv-iiJ.?^' 1 . t \h (Irwle. Ii 
. Jobu l-lmrtiim MoiitK'inicrv. riirk Lr-avo 
a, Charlea Burtoo. Eiet-ntiyn Eomnoer. ,lh >i 
Lidnel. Aaaistaot Enititi<"?r. t-1 limit- , 11. 1'. 1 
. Cliurloa Bovd.Adjuiant lfndnn Suppers am 
tber Pyera, 1 * S.M.E.. I.:liritlinm. t.'iiirirnini.tiin 
Prniict* Jobn. Eiec. Enfrinoor.itb tirade, D.P 

Jamee Taylor. Devouport... 

lories Carrr, Halifm, [i.a. (Torpedo service) 

1, Edward. On Leava 

inm rredcriek Noel, Arting Adj.. Royal Mon 

; !'.>-.l, rbrtrlci AutCuatua, Alderahot 

— y L>-[l,l.ri'l -:..', 1 "--Di ir.ee Survey. Readintt 



1, Royal 



-!m^I^. 



'Hilar.. 



itlna 



EiecntiTo Eng. 4tu Grade, 
In Telefrrapby. fichoo 






» Chemistry, B.M.K.. Chatham... 



ice, Eiec. Knit , jth l.ir., li.l'.w., Mil. Wiirkn Ilrni.i-1,, ) 

.Iter Uanbnrs-. Eaecutive Kn^iti... r. -j-.l Umilo. ILP. WoTln,Dini 

Jnoiea Mrmlnj-iif Tuvl n, Scti.ml "t Mlliuiry Km- :.-■■-.■ 

Hi -.1 ,- IVii;, .,„... Ky.-C Ktij.'.. 41I1 Utiirle. 11.1'. W.jrk), Kii-..n:i . 

■:,. 1 :.,'.•, 1... Wniii.4. Vice (.'..in -11! in ATnitulia 

Alfred, PorUtooutb 






,,.„,, 



ftll 



Corps of Royal Engineers, 



LlBUTIITAHTS. 

Hildebrand, Algernon, Ezecative Eng., 4th Grade, D.P. Works, Military Works Branch, Ranekhet. 

Thompson, Richard, Bermuda. Ordered home 

Ross, of Bladensburg, Bdmond James Thomas, School of Military Engineering, Chatham 

Maycock, Stewart M'Murdo, South Kensington Museum 

Dewing, Edward John, Ordnance Survey, Clifton, B istol 

Kitchener, Horatio Herbert. Special duty, Cyprus 

Kunhardt, Henry Geffcken, Exec. Engineer, 3rd Grade, D. P. Works, Durbunga 

Cockburn, Alexander William, Quarter-Master, Sappers and Miners, Madras, Bangalore 

Lake, Noel Montagu, Ordnance Survey, Bedford 

Wells, Henry Lake, 119 Telegraph Service in Persia, with local rank of Captain 

Raban, Edward, S.M.E., Chatham 

Scott, Buchanan, Exec. Engineer, 4th Grade, D.P. Works, Punjaub Northern State Railway 

Wilson, George Frederick, Assist. Eng., ist Grade, D.P. Works, State Railways, Dinaporo 

Grant, Suene, Executive Engineer. 4th Grade, D. B. W. Mil. Works Branch, Meerut Command 

Ruok, Richard Matthews, Assist. Instructor, S.M.E. Chatham 

Exham, Simeon Hardy, Curragh, Ireland 

Glennie, Edward, Exec. Eng., 4th Grade, D. P.W., Mil. Works Branch, Presidency and Oude Command ... 

Muirhead, Herbert Hugh, Curragh, Ireland 

Leach, Harold Pembcrton, Bengal Sappers and Miners, Roorkee 

Chippindall, William Harold, Assistant Engineer, zst Grade, Military Works Branch, Bombay 

Bruce, Alfred Crawford," 1 Exec. Eng., 4th Grade, D.P.W., Military Works Branch, Sirhind and ) 

Lahore Command ) 

Cotter, Edmond William, 1 ** Portsmouth . rf 

Bor, Edward John, Chatham District 

JPCallum, Henry Edward, Deputy Surveyor General, Straits Settlements, with local rank of Captain. > 

On Temporary Reserve List S 

Harrison, John Henry Chenevix, Assist. Eng., zst Grade, D.P. W.; Assist. Principal of Thomason Coll. 

Keilie, James, Exocutive Engineer, 4th Grade, D.P. Works, Military Works Branch, D. I. Khun 

Baxter, John Cordy, Home District, London 

Cathor, Thomas Plunket, Exec. Eng., 4th Grade, D.P.W., Mil. Works Branch, Peshawur 

Von Donop, Pelhaxn George, General Post Office Telegraphs, Bristol 

Baddeley, William Lewis Clinton, Assist. Engineer, 1st Grade, D.P. Works, Madras 

Olivier, Henry Dacres, Assistant Engineer, ist Grade, D.P. Works, Ahmednagar 

Hill, Edmund Stephen, Bengal Sappers and Miners, Attock 

Smith, Henry Whistler, Assist. Engineer, 1st Grade, D.P.W., Military Works Branch, Meerut Division 

Blackburn, John Edward, Shoracliffe 

Breton, Harry D'Arch. On Leave 

Fox, John Henry, Northern District, York 

Knight, Henry Palmer, Adjutant Hants Engineer Militia 

Goldney, William Henry, Sappers and Miners, Bangalore 

Leslie, Francis Seymour, School of Military Engineering, Chatham 

Bowyer, Wentworth Grenvillc, Executive Eng., 4th Grade, D.P. Works, Mil. Works Branch, Rawul > 

Pindee Division S 

Young, Carmichael Light, 8.M.E., Chatham 

Addison, John Copley, Executive Engineer, 4th Grade, D.P.W., Hoshungabad Division 

p.s.o. Leverson, Julian John, Intelligence Department, Horse GuardB 

Hippisley, Richard Lionel, Telegraph Service, London 

Hellard, Robert Charles, Aldershot 

Campbell, John Colin Livington, Aldershot 

Davidson, George, Assist. Eng., zst Grade, D.P.W., Military Works Branch, Rawul Pindee Command... 

Lister, Wastel Jameson, Assist. Eng., ist Grade, D.P.W. Loave, Europo 

Wood, Charles Knight, G.P.O. Telegraphs, Bristol 

O'Sullivan, Gerald Hope Wildig, Adj. and Supdt. of Instruction, Bombay Sappers and Miners, Kirkec 

Blunt, Ernest, Sappers and Minors, Roorkee 

Nicholls, George Thomas, Northern District, Sheffield 

Godsal, William Charles, A Troop, Royal Engineers, Aldershot 

Hamilton, Robert Ewcn, Assist. Eng.,ist Grade,Teinp.Exeo.Engineer,4th Grade. Offg. Dep.Conaulting \ 
Engineer, Madra6.— Sick Furlough j 

Burn-Murdoch, John, Assist. Kng. zst Grade, D.P.W., Railway Branch, Jhelum Division 

Ellis, Charles Conyngham, Assistant Engineer, ist Grade, Military Works Branch, Meerut Command.. 

Sharpe, James Birch, S.M.E. Chatham 

Digby, Thomas, Madras, Bangalore , 

Barton, Maurice Charles, Sappers and Minors, Calcutta 

Maxwell, Ronald Charles, Assist. Engineer, xstGrado, D.P. Works, Lucknow 

Foley, Algernon Campbell, Doing Duty Officer, Sappors and Miners, Roorkee 

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Love, Henry Davison, Principal of the Civil Engineering College at Madras , 

Sill, John Warro, School of Military Engineering, Chatham 

Mackean, Kenneth, Gibraltar , 

Bagnold, Arthur Henry. Natal. Ordered home , 

Willock, Harry Borlase, 133 Royal Arsenal, Woolwich 

Constable, Willoughby Verner, Assist.Eng.,i8tGr.,D.P.W.,W.Rajpootana State Rail way, Southern Sectn. 

Jennings, Rol>ert, Assistant Engineer, ist Grade, D. P. Works, Sibi .. 

Darling, Charles Henry, Sappers and Miners, Bangalore 

Jervoit, John, Aide de Camp to Governor of South Australia 

Rawson, Herbert Edward. On special duty in Ireland 

Rhodes, Ernest Frederic. On Leave 

Mackenzie, William Jacob, School of Military Engineering, Chatham 

Andrews-Speed, Henry Speed, Madras 

Buston, Philip Thomas, Sappers and Miners, Roorkee 

Tyler, John Charles, S.M.E. Chatham 

Sim, George Hamilton, Assist. Eng. ist Grade, D.P.W., Sirhind and Lahore Command, Military Works 

Campbell, John Charles, Bengal Sappers and Minors, Roorkee 



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Ferricr, James Arch, Assistant Eng., ist Grade, D.P. Works, Military Works Bn 



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Fullerton, John Davidson, Sappers and Miners, Kirkee ....' " 

Hoskyn, Charles Reginald, Assist. Eng., and Grade, D.P. Works, Sukkur-Dadur Railway, MooUan.. 

Spilsbury, Edgar Charles, Assistant Engineer, ist Grade, D.P. Works, Jacobabad 

Baldwin, Philip Bell, Sappers and Miners, Thayetmyo 

Jones, George Turner, Sappers and Miners, Kirkee 

Conner, William Daniel. Sappers and Minors, Bangalore. Leave, Europe 

Phillpotts, Robert Villiers, Roorkee 

Lindley, Waidemar Delmar, Queen's Own Sappers and Miners, Bangalore. Furlough !!!....!'... 

Bethell, Edward Hugh, 8appors and Miners, Poona 

Attreo, Frederick Wm. Town, Sappers and Miners, Secunderabad , 



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bafay, Matthew Henry Phinea$ Stall, Instructor in Fortification R. Military College, Kingston,') I * .„„ 
Canada, with local rank of Captain 5 a 9 A P r 



Moot, Hon. Milo George, Survey Department, Rangoon 

lein. Alexander Lechmere, Assist. Eng. ist Grade, D.P. Works, Military Works Branch, Morar Division 

laude, Frederic Natasch, Aldcrsbot 

[iekson, Samuel Arthur Einera, Assistant Engineer, ist Grade, D. P. Works, Military Worke Branch, > 

Belocchistan J 

taslow. Gerald Charles Penrice, Assistant Principal of the Thomason College, Roorkee 

taftord, William Francis Howard, Roorkee 

Taller, Edmund Augustus, Executive Engineer, zst Grade 

[fnney, Arthur Herbert, Assist. Engineer, ist Grade, D.P.W.. Mil. Works Branch, Buxar 

fahab, Robert Alexander, Assist. Eng., ist Grade, D.P.W., Mil. Works Branch. Meerut Command ... 
t Clair. William Augustus Edmund, Assist. Engineer, ist Grade, D.P. Works, Rutnagherry, Bombay 

ower, George Alfred. On Leave 

hilders, Edmund Spencer Eardley, Second Assist. Private Secretary to Secretary of State for War .... 

ftngfleld- Stratford, Cecil Vernon, Gosport (Torpedo service) .29 Apr. 73 

(axweU, Cedric, Bengal Sappers and Miners, Poshawur {39 Apr. 73 

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tt«. Walter, Kirkee 

ftiaoid, Lovick Bransby. On Leave 

Shuts. Gerald Edward, Sappers and Miners, Bangalore 

Baiasfbrd-Hannay, Fred. On Leave 

big, Herbert de Haga, at SUtT College 

Penrose, Cooper, Torpedo service, Bermuda. Ordered Home 

Day, John George, Assist. Eng., ist Grade, D. P. W., Military Work* Branch, Quetta 

Porter, Geoifrey Morehead, Assist. Eng., ist Grade, D.P.W., Military Works Branch, Lucknow 11 Sept. 73 

brume, Henry Joseph Walker, Assistant Engincc>*, 1st Grade, D. P. W., Military Works Branch, ) I a __ f 

Presidency nnd Oudo Command S\ De P* , *3 

Scoa-MoncrieQ', George Kenneth, Assistant Engineer, 1st Grado, D.P. Works, Military Woiks Branch, ) I «-_* _„ 

Sirhind nnd Lahore Command. KiihsuH f j" oe P*' 7 3 

Sinclair, Hugh Montgomerie, Private 80 ■. to H gh Commissioner and Clerk of Council, Cyprus 12 Feb. 74 

Keayon. Edward Rair.ilph, Abs^tant Co'imial Engineer, Cyprus [12 Feb. 74 

6nnt, Samuel Charles Norton, AssisTum Director", Survey, Cyprus 't2Feb. 74 

Bite, Charles M'Guire. On Sick Leav4 i !i2 Feb. 74 

Drinjrton, Maurice, Gibraltar I12 Feb. 74 

kfcl'ltanns.-*. John ('ru-.vford, Torpedo service, Bermuda '12 Fob. 74 

Peel, Frederick. Assistant Engineer, 2nd Grade, D P.W., Mil. Works Branoh, Ranikhet Div., Bareilly .12 Feb. 74 

Lutyeuh, Julm G::lUvcy, Uo irkce ,12 Feb. 74 

Cameron, Maurice Alexander, Ceylon, Submarine Mining Service .17 Aug. 74 

Wrotiesley, Alfred Edward. Halifax, N.S 17 Ang.74 

Clem, Stewart Diilrymple, Gibraltar ji7 Aug. 74 

JUcDonnoil, Alfred Crea^h, Sappers and Miners, Bangaloro 17 Aug. 74 

Boyce, Ernest Joseph George. Mauritius :i7 Aug. 74 

MaYon, Alex. Herbert, Assistant Engineer, ist Grade, D.P. Works, Military Works Branch, Simla 17 Aug. 74 

Appleton, Henry, Assistant Engineer, 2nd Grade, Military Works, Kohat, Bengal ,17 Aug. 74 

Dickie, John Elford, Assistant Engineer, 2nd Grade, D.P. Works, Rajpootana Railway, Poona 17 Aug. 74 

Trltr, Henry Edward, Halifax, N.S. (Torpedo service) 17 Aug. 74 

Abbott, Herbert Edward Stacy, Assistant Engineer, ist Grade, Dorajat Provincial Division 17 Aug. 74 

Porter, Hubert John, C Troop, Aldershot .28 Jan. 75 

Hsrnes, Charles Edward, Gibraltar '28 Jan. 75 

Wuelj, George Alexander Keith. Aide de Camp to Major Gonoral 8ir R. Biddulph 28 Jan. 75 

Btrnet, Horace Hutton, S.M.E. Chatham 28 Jan. 75 

Ruck, Oliver Ed wal, Hong Kong. Submarine Mining Service '28 Jan. 75 

Vsrtie, Charles Ulair, S.M.E. Chatham 128 Jan. 75 

Goodwyn, Henry Edward, Sappers and Miners, Bangalore 28 Jan. 75 

Gale, Walter Andrew, Assistant Engineer, 2nd Grade, Sirhind and Lahore Command, Military Works ,28 Jan. 75 

CtiUard, Vincent Henry Pcnalver, Pembroke Dock (Torpedo service) ',19 Aug. 75 

Hawkins, Walter Francis, Torpedo service, Malta 19 Aug. 75 

Bister, Mortimer John, Kirkee ii9 Ang. 75 

Esadolph, Alfred Herbert, Suppers and Miners, Attock '19 Aug. 75 

JtfkaoD, Louis Charles, Halifax, N.S 1 19 Aug. 75 

Utisdale, Ralph Pndsay.Cape of Good Hope '19 Aug. 75 

" »e, Charles Ernest, Cape of Good Hopo I19 Aug. 75 



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Cowsa, James Henry, Torpedo service, Malta 

U*fc*r, Henry Edzell Morgan, C Troop, Natal. Ordered Homo . 

good, Francis George, C Troop, Aldershot 

"jEtty , Robert Shafto, Singapore, Submarine Mining Service ... 

tawton, George Francis, Malta 

Bowlts, Frederick Gilbert, Jamaica 

'ffliti , Francis Bacon, Assistant Engineer, 2nd Grade, Bangalore 

Tartan, William Harry, St. Helena . 

Jordan, George Huntfy Blair, Assistant Engineer 2nd Grade, D. P. W., Mil. Works Branch, Bengal. ..[14 Aug. 76 

mherton, Thomas dela Have, Natal 14 Aug. 76 

wr, George Anderson, S.M.E. Chatham '14 Aug. 76 

KtQj, Arthur James, Gibraltar j 14 Aug. 76 

■nton. Edward Charles, Assist. Eng., 2ndGr.,D.P.W., Mil. Works Branch, Presidency and Onde Com.; 14 Aug. 76 
Opdd, Alfred Percy, Cape of Good Hope 

wsti, Frederick Crofton, Malta 

wbb, Frederic Manley, Bermuda 

oomson, Andrew Graham, Malta 

Jphaitone, Henry Melvill, Bermuda 



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nfcberton, Ernest St. Clair, Natal. Ordered Heme 25 Jan. 77 

■esw, Thomas Barton, Halifax, N.8 25 Jan. 77 

{vard, Arthur Austen Macgregor, Malta J25 Jan. 77 

Moan, Henry David, Bermuda 19 June 77 

Jwrker, Edward Christopher Tyrell, Chatham 19 June 77 

Jawsou, Henry Merrick, Cyprus '19 June 77 

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Janer, John Arthur, Assise. Eng., andGr., P.W.D., Mil. Works Branch, Meerut Com. 
jttikey, Alfred Robert Mandeville, Bermuda 



wnolds, Frank Romilly, Gosport. Ordered to Bermuda 

{McCarthy, Felix Denis Francis, Bermuda 

pterson, Hugh Augustus Lawrence, Gosport. Ordered to Bermuda. 

Jfiine, James Laird, A Txoop, Aldershot .* - 

Jfasscy, William Clive, Aide do Camp to Sir R. Luffln z9 June77 

[tckson, Hugh Milbourne, Roorkee '19 June 77 

Jffar, Ed ward. Cape of Good Hope ' 9 Oct. «n 

gee, Spring Robert. Gibraltar \ ****». «n 

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Uw;, Hampden Hugh, Oeylon ... 

Adair, Henry Benjamin Naylor, Gibraltar 
St. John, Charles Win, Robert, Gibraltar .. 

Tolland. Win., Natal 

Mantel!, Alfred Montgomery. Pali 

Buru-Mnrdoch, Paol Re v 

Williams, Godrre; 



Bnm-Mnrdoch, Paol Robert, Duron 

Williami, Godfrey.. On Leave , 

Hukliwon. William, Roorkee... 
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Scockdals, Godfrey Henry Wolley, Devonport 

Davidson, Smart 

Leigh, Richard, Cork, Ireland. Ordered to ) 

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Horaiblow. Frank Herbert, Alderahot 

Baker, Walter Way, Limerick, Ireland 

Bnaaall, Brace Bremner 

Learoyd, Charles Donglaa 



Mullsly, Herbert, Cork Harbour.... 
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Hills, Dudley Acland 



Arthur George, Colchester ... 

Burmrii. Biiiriev Geiuiii, Shortiolilto 

Pollen. Waller Hungerford, Alderahot. 

Kelly, Francis Henry, Cnrragh,,. 

Sing, Henry Somerset, Bhornoliffe 

Browne, Clement Alfred Righy ... 



U, Waller. Special duty abroad 

Jeffreys, Frederick Ynughan, Alderahot .. 

Robena, Henry Bradley, Cork 

lownahend, Ernest, Curragh _ 



Archibald 

William Robert 
HaraM tieorne Carina ... 



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Hill, Cecil 

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lilsnville. Francis 

I'lirtiumirj, Henry Montagu .. ............ 

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North, Bt.Lt, Colonel 1 



Jones, John, 13 Apr. 64 ; Htm. Cap!., t July it, Chalssn. 
Battle, Clemont Francia, 19 Jan.jo; Uat.Cvpt.,, Jol/h. 

Andrews, Alfred, a S Sept. yaj Sou. Capiat*, ijJolJT* 



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War Services of the Officei'8 of the Royal Engineers. 

Sir Frederick Edward Chapman proceeded on a special mission to Constantinople in Jan. 1654. Was employed 
eying the positions at Bulair, Adrianople, and Buguk Tchekmadgie, previous to the arrival of the British 
:ea in Turkey ; was attached to the 1st Division, and accompanied it to Bulgaria and Bulganak, and M'Konzie's 
tn ; also present at the battles of Alma and Inkerman. Served throughout the siege of Sebastopol, during the 
y part of which he was Director of the Left Attack, and in the latter part he was Executivo Engineer to the 
tea. Was several times mentioned in official despatches, and received the Brevet ranks of Major, Lt. Colonel, 
I Colonel, CB. t Medal with three Clasps, Officer of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 3rd 
*ofthc Medjidie). 

Sir Lin torn Simmons was employed for three years in the disputed territory on the N.E. frontier of the United 
tain constructing works for its defence and in making military explorations. Happening to be in Turkey in 
1 he wax specially employed by Lord Stratford de Redcliffe on several important services ; joined Omar Pasha in 
reh 1854 ; escorted the new Governor into Silistria after the former one had been killed, and was presont during 
t of the siege of that fortress ; laid ciut and threw up the lines of Slobodzie and Georgovo on the Danube, having 
ire charge of the operation with 20,000 men of all arms under his command, a Russian Army of 70,000 men being 
bin seven miles : was present during the occupation of Wallachia and had frequent charge of reconnaissances 
mthe enemy's rear. Went to the Crimea in Dec. 1854 to concert with the allied Commanders in Chief as to the 
rement* of the Turkish Army : was present at the battle of Eupatoria, laid out and threw up the entrenched 
ip round that place ; afterwards was before Sebastopol from April 1855 until after its fall, and then went to 
igrelia and was present at the forced passage of the lngui , whero he commanded the Division which crossed tho 
sr and turned the enemy's position, capturing his works and guns : Omar Pasha in his despatch attributed tho 
km of the day chiefly to Lt. Colonel SimmonB. He served as Her Mnjehty's Commissioner to the Ottoman Army 
>aghout the war and was employed in all the negotiations having reference to the movements of Omar PhsIih's 
ay. Has received the Crimean Medal with Clasp, tho Turkish Gold Medal for the Danuhiun campaign, tho Order 
(edjidie 3rd Class, and a Sword of Honor from the Turkish Government; also the 4th Chiss of the Legion of 
lor. Was Her Majesty's Commissioner for laying out the Turco-Russiun boundary in Asia, and granted tho 2nd 
is of the Medjidie by the Sultan, but was refused permission to occopt it. 

General Durnford served as Executive Engineer in the combined Naval and Military expedition up the 
lion river in April 1847, and was present at the capture of eight forts, viz.. North and South Wantong, at tho 
ca Tigris ; Pachow and Wookongtap, at the Barrier ; Zig-zag, Segment, Shanoen, and Dutch Folly, at Canton. 
General Wynno served as Commanding Royal Engineer in the expedition to China in 1857-59 (Medal). 
8ir Henry Harness served in the Indian mutiny campaign of 1857-59 as Commanding Royal Engineer, 
tiding the operations at Cawnpore against the Gwalior Contingent from 25th to 20th Nov., and battle of the 6th 
'. 1857 (mentioned in despatches). Siege and capture of Lucknow (mentioned in despatches, and thanked by the 
'ernor General in Council). Subsequent operations in Rohilcund and Oude (CB. t Medal with Clasp). 
Lieut.General Hadden was actively employed in Canada during the rebellion in 1837-39, an( l was engaged 
h the rebels at St. Eustache and St. Benoit. 

1 Sir William Jervois served at the Cape of Good Hope during the Kaffir war of 1846-47, and made a military 
tch of 2000 square miles of Kaffirland, — 1100 of which ho surveyed during the war (Medal). 
k Colonel Hassard served the Crimean campaign from Nov. 1854, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, sortie 
tth May. and expedition to Kertch and Yenikale (Medal with Clasps, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish 
dais, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served as Commanding Royal Engineer in the Kafir war of 1877-8 and in 
Zulu war of 1879 (Medal with Clasp). 

' Lieut. General Browne served for nearly six months in the Trenches before Sebastopol; was present at the repulse 
lorties on 22nd March and 5th April ; was Senior Officer of Engineers at the capture and defence of Quarries on 

I Jane, for which service he was honourably mentioned in despatches, and received the Brevet of Major. Suc- 
ded Colonel Tylden as Directing Engineer of the Right Attack, and in the execution of the duties of that appoint- 
nt was severely wounded by a rifle-ball on 24th August, which broke the left arm, passed through shoulder, 
A injured jaw (Medal with Clasp, Brevets of Major and Lt. Colonel, CJ3. f Knight of tho Legion of Honor, 
rfuuan and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

II Colonel Cooke served in the Crimea from July 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with 
J* Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

"Colonel Inglis served in the Kaffir war of 1850-52— throughout the year 1851 as Garrison Adjutant at Gra- 
JBftown, and afterwards as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General in the Field (Medal). 
" Colonel Wrny was sent on special service to Japan in Dec. 1863 as Commanding Royal Engineer under the 
i«l Commander in Chief Vice-Admiral Sir Augustus Kuper. Was Bent by him in August 1864 to reconnoitre the 
Series in Simonosaki Straits, and was afterwards presont with a Detachment of Royal Engineers in the action of 
-5th Sept. 1864 and subsequent operations (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major). 

*8irJohn Stokes served in the Kaffir wars of 1846-47 and 1850-51 (Medal); was thanked by the Commander 
Chief for gallant conduct in the action of the Gwanga on 8th June 1846. and again on 25th July for oponing com- 
plication through the heart of the enemy's country. In 1851 was appointed D.A.Q.M. General of the Field Force 
J aiaisted to organise some 3000 Hottentot Levies, and was engaged m all the operations of the Division from Feb. 
'°ly 1851, and repeatedly mentioned in general orders. In 1855 was appointed Chief Engineer to the Turkish 
atingent and raised and organized the Engineer Corps and Train of that Force. Was employed in fortifying 
[tch during tho winter of 1855-56 (Brevet of Major, 4th Class of the Medjidio— promoted to 2nd Class in 1874— 
'Turkish Medal). In May 1856 was appointed by Lord Panmure, tho Secretary of State for War, to be his 
[u&istaoner for settling all affairs connected with the breaking up of the Turkish Contingent, with full powers 
(ftcide all questions of compensation to Officers, and to dispose of tho animals And stores of the force. This 
rice was completed and all his decisions approved of in July following. In July 1856 was appointed Her 
Cftty's Commissioner for the Danube, under tne Treaty of Paris. 

Sir Andrew Clarke was employed on special service in 1848 in New Zealand, and in command of a party 
^ihg a detailed reconnaissance within the disturbed districts, in presence of and engaged with tho enemy, 
(-'olonel Ewart proceeded to Turkey on special service in Jan. 1854 ; joined the Army in the East on its 
**>1, and served with it uninterruptedly until its return in June 1856. including one year as Major of Brigodo, R.F. 
1*1 with four Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th 

* of the Medjidio). 

Colonel Nugent served in the Baltic during the Russian war in 1854 and 1855. In 1854 as 8enior Engineer 
«r attached to the Commander in Chief Admiral Sir Charles Napier, and was present at the capture of tho Aland 
k <is and fall of Bomarsund. In 1855, attached to the Commander in Chief Admiral Sir R. Dundas, and present 
f bombardment of Sweaboxg (Baltic Medal, and Brevet of Major). 
Volonel E. C. A. Gordon served in the Eastern Campaign from April 1854 to its close, when he was appointed 

* * Commissioner for the settlement of claims against the Turkish Government for the Crimean war. In 1862 
appointed British Member of the Mixed Military Commission charged with the demarcation of the R&xtolqI 
onreas of Belgrade. 



226 War Services of the Officers of the Royal Engineers. 

u Colonel Crease served in tho Crimea during the winter of 1855-56 under Sir R. H.Vivian; vu second t 
command of the Engineer Force with the Turkish Contingent with the local rank of Major, and commanded tb 
Engineers during the latter four mouths of the occupation of Kertch by the Allies (Turkish Medal). Served wit 
the Ci-ntral India Field Force tinder Sir Hugh Rose ; was Field Engineer and commanded the aist CompanyRoyi 
Engineers iluriug tho summer of 1858, and was present at tho battles of Autece and Gwalior and capture of Gwalio 
(Medal with Clasp). 

36 Colonel Ravenhill served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, an 
siege of Sebftptopol (Brevet of Major, Medal with three Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

37 Colonel Sibornc served in the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal). Also in the expedition against the Rasutaai 
Dec. x8c 3| ha ving charge of the Pontoons by which the Troops crossed the Orange and Caledon rivers. Present 1 
the action of the Berea, and mentioned in general orders. 

* Lieut. < icueral Nicholson served at tho siege and fall of Sebastopol from August 1855, commanded 4th Compan 
RE. ut KiulKuirn, and was in immediate direction of the works for the destruction of Sebastopol Dockyard (Medi 
with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaign fwu 
1 2th Dec. 1^57 to 23rd Dec. 1S58, and was present at tho capture of Lucknow (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, CB. t Medi 
with C!a*p). has been frequently mentioned in despatches. 

M Colonel Cox nerved in the Indian mutiny campaign, including the siege and capture of Lucknow, campaig* 
in Rohilound nnd battle of Bareilly as Adjutant of Royal Engineers (Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). 

40 Colonel Fowler served throughout the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal). 

41 Colonel Brine served as a volunteer in the Crimean campaign from the 5th July 1855, including the siege am 
fall of Selwstopol, and battle of the Tchemnya ; did duty in the Trenches of the Right Attack (Medal with Clasp 
and Turkish Medal). Was pro-tent with Colonel Neale, H.M. Minister, in the flag ship Emryalu$ at thenar* 
engagement under Vice Admiral Kupcr with the Forts at Kagosima in Japan including the attacks on the anon 
batteries on the 15th and 16th Aug. 1863 (tliunkcd in despatches, and Brovet of Major ; also created a Knight of Um 
Tower nnd Sword of Portugal). 

43 Sir Howard Elphinstono served theEastern campaign of 1854-55, including the siege and flail of Sebastopol. ant 
was wounded during the assault of the 8th Sept. 1855 (Medal with Clasp, Victoria Cross, Brevet of Major, Knight 0, 
tho Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

44 Colonel Cumberland nerved in the Crimea from 13th Sept. 1855, and was employed in the demolition of thi 
Docks of Sebastopol (Crimean and Turkish Medals). 8crvcd in the Indian campaign of 1857-59 ; was Commanding 
Engineer at the siege and full of Fort Ahwah, and present at the siege and capture of Kotah, conducting theFixu 
Column at the assault (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

45 Mi;ur General Lennox landed in the Crimea on 30th Sept. 1854 and served uninterruptedly with the Army tat* 
until it re-em barked in Juno 1S56 ; was present at the battle of Inkerman, attack and capture of tho Rifle Pits ou«tb 
Nov. 1S54 (Victoria Cross), siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medafcatf 
5th Class of the Metljidic). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58 ; was present at the action of Khojwa; «■• 
manded the Engineer Brigade at tho relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde (mentioned in Lord Clyde's despatch, md 
thanked by the Governor General in Council), and against tho Gwalior Contingent ending in its defeat at thetasttte 
of Cuwi;]<orc on 6th Dec. : present at the action of Khodagnnj ; served at the siege of Lucknow in March 1858 (men* 
tionctl in Chief Engineer's report, and received Brevet of Major) ; commanded the Engineers at the attack on Port 
Rooyn. and at the action of Allccgunj ; present at the capture of Bareilly, and at the action of Doundeakers; com- 
manded the Engineers at tho attack of Fort Oomrocah ; present at the affair of Burgecdia, the capture of Fort Mo** 
jeediu, and the affair on the River Kaptee near Bankee 31st Dec. 1858 (four times mentioned in despatches, Madal 
with two Clasps, and Brovet of Lt.Colonel). Was sent to tho German armies during the Franco-German war, and 
was with them from the 14th November 1870 till the 10th March 1S71. Present at the siege of Paris from nth to 
15th December 1870; at the siwge of Meziercs from tho 24th December till its surrender on the 2nd January 1871; 
nr the siege of Paris from the 10th January till the 4th February ; and at the siege of Belfort from 7th February 
till the entry of the German troops on the 18th February 1871. 

* 7 Colonel Stuart served during tho operations of 1856-58 at Canton; was present at the capture and demolition 
of French Folly Fort and at the formation of defensive position at the Factories ; led tho French Storming Party 
nt tho assault of Canton, and was thanked by the French Naval Commander in Chief (Medal, and Breretof 
Major). 

rj Major General Graham served throughout tho Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and 
Inkci man. and served in the Trenches throughout tho siege of Sebastopol — twice wounded. Led a ladder party to the 
assault of tho Redan on the 18th June 1855 (Victoria Cross), and was on duty in the Trenches at the final aamkof 




wounded with iingall-ball (Medal with two Clasps, and Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 

*" ( 'iih tnel Philips served in the Crimea from September 1854 to February 1855, including the siege of Sehutoaat 
attack and capture of the Russian Rifle-pits on the 20th November 185$, and battle of Inkerman. Was mentis*' 
in dispatches with other Lieutenants of Engineers as having " particularly distinguished himself" durisftii 
siege (Medal with two Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

iJ Colonel Drake served iu the Crimea from Nov. 1854 to May 1855, including the siege of Sebastopol (Medal *a% 
Cla*.p, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

J * Colonel James served at tho siege of Sebastopol from Feb. 1855 until taken prisoner of war on and NT 
(Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Was attached to the Turco-Russian BiwndjTT 
Com in is.-ions in Bessarabia and Asia in 1856-57. 

M Colonel C. G. Gordon served in the Trenches before Sebastopol from Dec. 1854 to tho close of the alsj* 
(wounded on t>th June 1855). Accompanied the Column under Sir John Campbell at the attack of the Redan on tat 
iMh June; accompanied the Company of Sappers attached to the expedition to Kinbourn, and present at the av 
render of that fort. Was employed in tho demolition of the Docks of Sebastopol; and subsequently emptoradaa 
the Turco-Kussian Boundary Commissions iu Bessarabia and Asia in 1856-57 (Medal with Clasp, Knight of ti* 
Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Chinese war of i860 (Medal with Clasp for Pekin) ; and ink* 




'->' L'olom-i Edwards served in tho Crimea from 14th Sept. 1855, and was employed in the demolition of the DoetJ 
of Sebastopol (Medal, and Turkish Medal). Served in India in 1857-50, and commanded a Company of the Boyd 
Engineers throughout the campaign in Central India under Sir Hugh Rose ; presont at the siege and storming" 
Chundnirec (commanded the ladder party at the assault, mentioned in despatches), siege and storming of Jhav 
(directed the only two successful columns of assault), actions of theBetwah and Koonch (mentioned in despttcherif 
notions before Calpfc from the 15th to the 21st May, action of Goolowlee on 22nd May , in which he sopportrf 
with his Company a portion of tho 25th Bombay Nativo Infantry which had been driven back by overpow*fl*f 
11 umbers (specially mentioned in Sir Hugh Rose's despntch for "prompt resolution in charging most sueceaaWt 
the very superior "force of the rebels, routing them with loss, and pursuing them till out of reach"), captffl»« 
Calpue, nction before ami capture of Gwalior. Served as Commanding Engineer with Colonel LiddeiraCota** 
in Bundlckuud in August Sopteinber and October 1858, and also with Colonel Meade's Column in Central Ind* 
in February March and April 1859, clearing tho jungles and in the pursuit and capture of Tantia Topee (stew 
with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). 

"Colonel Donnelly served throughout tho Eastern campaign of 1854-55. including the battles in the Crinx*> 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

w Colonel Scott served at the siege of Sebastopol iu June 1855 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). . 

*' Colonel Dumaresf[ served at tho siege and fall of Sebastopol from July 1855; did duty in theTrenchei* 
the right- attack (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

*"- 1 Colonel Scratchley served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol from Aug. 1855, and accompanied the espeditis) 
to Kiri)x>nm (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal) . Served the campaigns in Oudo of 1857-58, having joined Gen*** 
Windham 'a Force at Cuwuporein Nov. 1857, and was present at the siege and capture of Lucknow (Medal with CM* 



War Services of the Officers of the Royal Engineers. 227 

te! J. P. Maqnay served as Captain with the Engineers' Force of the Turkish Contingent in the Crimea 

i iTurkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaign or 1857-59, was severely wounded at Rowa, and present 

ther engagements (mentioned in several despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

lei W. B. Gossot served as Assistant Field Engineer with tho (,'entral India Field Force under Sir Hngh 

58 ; was Directing Engineer with the storming party at the assault of tho hill Fort of Chandairee, present at 

and storming of Jhansi, commanded tho a ist Company Royal Engineers during the action, of Koonch, 

: the actions of Goolowlee, Calpee, and Gwalior, and the capture of the two latter places (several times 

i in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

lone! Malcolm served with the 23rd Company throughout the Indian mutiny, including the action of Futteh- 

?f of Lucknow, battle of Cawnporc, affair of Seraighat, capturo of Lucknow (montioned in despatches), 

I" Rooya, Allygunge, and Bareilly (Medal with two Clasps). 

el MacDonnell served throughout the Abyssinian campaign with Head Quarters in command of Bombay 

nd Miners, and was present at the action of Arogce and capture of Magdala (mentioned in despatches as 

•endercd valuable and important services." Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

lonel C. E. Webber served with the aist Company Royal Engineers throughout the campaign of 1858 in 

idia under Sir Hugh Rose, was present at tho siege and storming of Chandairie, and was in charge of 

uceessful ladder party at tho escalade of Jhansie, where he was one of the officers who led the assault; 

d in the campaign of 1859, and was present at the actions of the Betwa, Koonch, Goolowlee. and before 

eluding the capture of that place, and in the pursuit ofTantia Topee and Ferozo Shah (three times 

1 in despatches, Medal with Clasp, and received the thanks of the Governor of Bombay). Accompanied 

t Wolseloy to South Africa on special service in May 1879, and served to the end of tile war as Assistant 

mid Quarter Master General of the western lines of communication. Served in a similar capacity in the 

during the operations against Sekukuni in 1879 (Medal with Clasp). 

olonelJ.M. H. Maitland served in China in 1857-59, and was present during tho occupation of Canton and 
•ming of Chek- Hung under Sir Charles Straubcnzeo. Served at tho attack on tho Peiho Forts on tho 

1850 under Rear Admiral Hope, when he was in command of the Marksmen on board a division of Gun 

ing the naval action, and in charge of tho ladder party when the assault was made over the mud. 

mentioned in despatches "for gallantry, &c." (Medal). 

>lonel Festing served in the first Brigade of Sir Hugh Rose's Central India Field Force throughout the 

, and afterwards in the Gwalior Division under Sir Robert Napier; present at tho captures of Chan- 

mnsi, Calpee, Gwalior, and Poorio; actions of Koonch and Goolowlee (Medal with Clasp). 

lonel Papillon served in China during 1858-60, accompanied the expeditions to the North in 1858 and i860 ; 

5 campaign of the latter year commanded as a Lieutenant the 8th Company Roj'al Engineers, present at 

ind capture of the Tuku Forts (Aug. 21st and 22nd) and engaged at the affairs of Sinho, Changkyawang, 

chaou (Medal with two Clasps). 

el G. D. Pritchard served during the Indian mutiny of 1857-59 with the 23rd Company Royal Engineers, 

•resent at the action of Khujwa, throughout the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, battle of Cawnpore on 

1857, action of Khodaguuge, siege and capture of Lucknow, throughout tho Rohilcund campaign, in- 

ie attack on Fort H«>oyn, action of Allygunge, and capture of Bareilly ; throughout the Oude and Trans- 
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was present at the actions of Sinho and Tangku, led tho assaulting party (after Major Graham, Royal 
, was wounded) at the storming of the North Taku Fort, being one of the first to enter; present at the 
he iSth and 23rd Sept., and the surrender of Pekin (twice mentioned in despatches. Medal with two 
id Brevet of Major). Commanded the 10th Company Royal Engineers throughout the Abyssinian cam- 
was present at the action of Arogee, and storming of tho Fortress of Magdala— wounded in tho right 
houlder (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, and Medal). 

lonel Brooke served in the New Zealand war of 1863-64, and was wounded in tho action at Rangariri, 
nt at the action of Kakaramea, and capturo of Wereroa Pah (mentioned in despatch, Brevet of Major, 

1). 

el Harrison served during tho Indian mutiny of 1857-59, and was present at attacks on the Alnmhagh 
ram ; at the siege and capture of Lucknow ; throughout the Rohilcund campaign, including affairs at Fort 
llcegunge, and Bareilly; through the Oudo campaign of 1858 59, including tho affair at Buxarghat; and 
Adjutant to the Commanding Royal Engineer in India during the Trans-Gogra campaign, including 
Bnrgudiah, Fort Mudjidca, and Bankeo (Medal with Clasp). Served during the China war of i860, and 
nt at the affairs of Sinho and Tangku, and siege and capture of the Taku Forts. Was attached to the Quarter 
mend's Staff during the advance on and surrender of Pekin, and presont at tho affairs of Senho and 
on tho 18th and 23rd Sent, (mentioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps, and Brevet of Major). Served 
n war of 1879, first as Engineer at Head Quarters, afterwards as Assistant Quarter Mafeter General, and 
%rge of the Quarter Master General's Department during the second advance into Znluland, and present 
agement at Ulundi (mentioned in despatches, and CB.). Was subsequently appointed to the command 
ring Column. On tho dissolution of that column was placed in command of tho Transvaal District, 

the reconnaissances that preceded the operations against Sekukuni, and, afterwards, maintained the 
if the forces enguged, and made the military dispositions necessitated by the hostile attitude of the 
intioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

oncl Courtney served with the expeditionary force in China in 1858-62, and was present at the action of 
with tho Kwantung rebels on the 8th Jan. 1859. Accompanied tho Naval forces under Sir Michael Sey- 
ic Pciho river in May 1858, and was ongaged in the demolition of the forts at its mouth. Served throng'h- 
inpaign of i860 in North China as Acting Adjutant to the combined force of Roynl Engineers and Madras 
md was present at the actions of Sinho and Tanku, siege and capture of the Taku Forts (mentioned in 
s), and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps, CB.). 

>lonel Sanford served in China in 1858, during tho occupation of Canton, tho expedition to Peiho, 

a of the forts at the mouth of tho river and advance to Tientsin. Also in the campaign in the North of 

i860 (Medal with Clasp). Also in the operations against the Tacpings in 1862, including the capture of the 

of Nanhsiang. escalade of the walled cities ot Kadm, T.^iupoo, and Tsolin, and the rortified town of Najow. 

the Afghan War of T878 79 as Assistant Quarter Master General of the ist Division in the Peshawur 
•Id Force, and was present at the capture of AH Musjid (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colon ol, 
h Clasp). 

r D. C. Walker served with tho Rnjpootana Field Force in 1857-58, and was presont at tho capture of Fort 
I the sietre of Kotah (Medal with Clasp). 

' Uime served throughout the campaign of i860 in North China, and was present at tho actions of Sinho 
ku, storm and capture of the Taku Forts, and surrender of Pokin (Modal with two Clasps). 

• Keith served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, and was present at the capturo of Lucknow (Medal 

P)- 

Dr R. O. Jones landed on tho Gold Coast ou the 23rd December 1873 in command of tho 28th Company 

crineers, and served until tho close of tho Ashanti war (Medal). 

r Clements served throughout the campaign of i860 in North China, and was present at the actions of 

I Tangku, storm and capture of the Taku Forts, action near Tungchow, and surrender of Pekin (Medal 

Clasps). 

• Sturt served in the Abyssinian campaign and commanded No. 2 Company Bombay Sappers which did 
Hervice on the Senafc Pass nnd the Sooro Defile, and was present at the action of Arogeo and capture of 
(Medal). 

• C. J. O'N. Ferguson served in the New Zealand war of 1861-66, including the actions of Katikara and 
Medal). 

Joloncl Warren served dnrinir the suppression of the Kafir outbreak in 1877-78, with local rank of t.vcxvx. 
n command of me Diamond Field* Horse, and took part in several actions, ^BtevcA ^ 1aqu\.v;\\\\\\\ VlvAvrt\\i\N.. 
led part of thcGriqusiland West Field Force in the Griqua rising in iS73 l mc\\i^v^s^^^^^ > ^^^^ v ^ v£lufevA ' k 



28 War Services of the Officers of the Royal Engineers. 

and *kinr if lies with the natives (several time* mentioned in despatches ; commended in the Governor's despatches 
for "eiwr^y, ability, and resource displayed under most trying ciTCumstances," Medal with Clasp). 

84 Major ('rowdy was present in charge of a Detachment of the Royal Engineers at the Naval operations in the 
Strait of Sinionoseki in Japan from the 5th to 3th Sept. 1864, resulting in the capture and destruction of the 
Batteries uf the Prince of Ncguto (mention ed in despatches). 

** Mujor AY. H. Mulloy served in the New Zealand war in 1864, including the action of Kakarnmea (Medal). 

87 Major R. F. Morris served in the Abyssinian campaign in command of G Company Madras Sappers and Miners 
(Medal). 

88 Major E. Hnrvey commanded the Sappers and Miners with the Left Column of the Lnshai Expeditionary 
Force under Brigadier General Bourchier in 1871-72, and was mentioned in despatches as having been " indefatigable 
in pioneering and driving roads through almost impenetrable forests and along rocky mountain sides " (Medal 
with Clasp) . Served in the Afghan war of 1878-80, tint in charge of the road from the Indus at Khushilizhur tt> the 
British froutier at Thull, and aiterwards as Field Engineer with the Khybcr Line Force under Lieut. Gen. Bright 
(Brevet of Major, Medal). 

89 Major C. Cunningham served in the Abyssinian campaign as Acting Quarter Master on detached duty tt 
Antalo superintending works in that division with Madras Sappers (Medal). 

91 Major M. T. Sale served throughout the Bhootan campaign of 1864-65 in command of a Company of Bengal 
Sappers and Miners, and us Assistant Field Engineer (Medal with Clasp). 

»* Major T. J. Willans served throughout the Abyssinian campaign; commenced the Survey of the Railway in 
Nov. 1867. remained superintending bridges till ordered to the front ; present at the action of Arogee and storming 
of Magdala (mentioned in despatches for services with the Railway Department, Medal). 

94 Captain R. A. Sargcnunt served in the Passes during the Abyssinian campaign in charge of Water Supply and 
road ropairs (mentioned in despatches, Mesial). 

98 Captain W. Osborn served with No. 1 Company Bombay Sappers in tho Abyssinian campaign and performed 
the duties of Adjutant from Jan. to May 1868 (Medal). 

9 ? Captain T. B. B. Savi commanded the 4th Company of the Bengal Sappers and Miners and served as aa 
Assistant Field Engineer with the left Column of the Bhootan Field Force in 1865-66 (Medal with Clasp). 

100 Captain A. W. Baird served in tho Abyssinian campaign as Traffic Manager of the Railway, and was mentioned 
in despatches for zeal and management in bringing safely and expeditiously troops and baggage for embarkation 
(Modal). 

l0 * Captain M. S. Bell commanded the Detachment of Sappers and Miners and served as Assistant Field Engineer 
with tho Right Column Bhootan Field Force in 1865-66, and was present at the seizure of the Monar Bridge (Medal 
with Clasp) . Commanded the Detachment of Sappers and Miners and served as Assistant Field Engineer througaost 
the Hazura campaign of 1868, — the forced march of 600 miles made by the Detachment, its services, and the contact 
of the Officer commanding prominently brought to notice in despatches (Medal with Clasp). Served throughoat 
the Ashanti war of 1873-74, including the battle of Amoaful, battle of Ordahsu and capture of Coomassie (nan* 
tioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, and Victoria Cross). 

104 Major T. H. Holdich served in 1865 66 on special duty with a Survey Detachment in Bhootan (Medal with 
Clasp). Served in the Abyssinian campaign in 1868 and was engaged in carrying on the Trigonometrical 
Survey from the Coast to Magdala (mentioned in despatches. Modal). Served in the Afghan war or 1878-80, and 
was present in the operations around Cabul in December 1879 and tho investment of Sberporo (mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). Also served in the Mahsood Wuzeerce Expedition under Brigadier 
General Kennedy in 188 1. 

108 Major Nicholson served in the Afghan war of 1878-80 as Field Engineer Candahar Field Force, and aa Com* 
manding Royal Engineer Thull Cbotiali Field Force, and afterwards as Field Engineer Cabul and Cabul-Oaadabar 
Field Force. Accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the ma re 2 to Candahar, and was present at the battle of 
Candahar (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, and Bronze Decoration). 

118 Captain Coakcr served as an Assistant Field Engineer, working with the 4th Company Bombay Sappers and 
Miners throughout the Abyssinian campaign (Medal). 

i*o Captain R. M. Hyslop served with the Right Column of the Lnshai Field Force in the campaign of 1871-7*, in 
command of a company of Bengal Sappers and Miners (mentioned in despatches, thanks of Indian andEoau 
Governments, Medal with Clasp). 

1U Captain Puzey served in the Abyssinian campaign in charge of tho Telegraphs between Zoulla and Antalo. 
" The telegraph worked well and rendered important servico " (mentioned in despatches, Medal). 

1M Captain H.Jekyll served during the Ashanti war in charge of the Telegraph untU invalided on the 30th Jannarj 
1874 (Medal). 

>" Lt.Colonel North served in the Perak Expedition in 1875 (Medal with Clasp). Commanded the Bengal Seppes 
and Miners in tho Afghan war of 1878-9 (Brevets of Maior and Lt.Colonel, Medal). 

1x9 Captain Reginald Clare Hart has been awarded the Silver Medal of the Royal Humane Society ; 
from the Mayor, in the name of the City of Boulogne ; and a Medal of Honour of the First Class, by the 
the French Republic, for saving the life of a Frenchman from drowning in tho Harbour of Boulogne-sur-Mae, 8 * 
the 27th July 1869, he himself having received on this occasion several severe wounds of the head and (aeaftem 
striking, in a leap from tho Pier, some sunken piles or rocks. Served with the Klhyber Column in the AJfetaa 
war from January to June 1879, first with 2nd Division attached as a Regimental Officer to the 24th Punjab NatiM 
Infantry during the 2nd Bazaar Expedition against the Zukha Khel Afreedis, and afterwards with the :st Division. 
Was several times employed by the Quarter Master Goneral's Department in making reconnaissances (mentioned 
in Lieut. General Maude's despatch, victoria Cross, Medal). 

|M Lieut. G. F. Mann served in the Ashanti war from 7th October 1873 until invalided on tho 20th January 1I74, 
having made the road from Dunquah to Mansu (mentioned in despatches, Medal). 

117 Captain M. W. Skinner served on the Gold Coast from tho 14th December 1873 until invalided on the «th 
January 1874 (Ashanti Medal). 

'** Major (.-hard served throughout the Zulu war of 1879, and commanded at Rorke's Drift during the gallant 
and successful defence of that post (mentioned in despatches, promoted Captain and Brevet Major, and Victoria 
Cross, Medal with Clasp). 

m Captain Wells served in the Afghan war in 1878-80. Raised a corps of Ghilzais, and with them constrocted 
the road over the Khojuck. Was present in several minor engagements — wounded (Medal). 

130 Lieut. E. W. Cotter served in the Ashanti war of 1873-74, and was present with the rear guard at the defend 
of the post of Quarman (Medal with Clasp). 

131 Liout. Bruce served in the Afghan war from April 1879 until invalided on 26th May 1880, aa Assistant Field 
Engineer, first with the 2nd Division Pefahawur Valley Field Force, and aiterwards with the Khyber Line Font 
(mentioned in despatches, Modal). 

the expedition against tho Malays in Perak in 1875 (Medal with Clasnl 

engage- 
hCiaro). 

- _ .. . (Medal w« 

Clasp). Served in the Afghan war of 1878-80 (Medal). 

IW Major Richardson — For War Services, see Army Pay Department 

137 Capuiiu Ilo-kyns served in tho Jowaki campaign in 1877- 78 (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Afghan war of 
1878-Cc as Assistant Field Engineer with Sir Donald Stewart's Division, and was present in the engagements a* 
Ahmed Kheyl and Urzoo near Ghuzneo (Medal with Clasp). 




War Services of Itoyal Engineers (late Bengal Engineers). 228a 

neral Good wyn served at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore in 1825-26 (Medal). Also in the Punjaub cam- 
(Medal). 

rd Napier served throughout the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46 ojj Chief Engineer at the battles of Moodkee 
killed) and Ferozeshah (severely wounded, and horse killed), and aH Brigade Major of Engineers at the battle 
raon, and in the subsequent advance on Lahore (mentioned in despatches, Medal and two Clasps, and Brevet 
;or). Appointed in 1846 Chief Engineer to conduct the siege of the hill Fort of Kangra, and received the 
1 thanks of Government f««r his services in the transport of the siege train to that place. Served the Punjaub 
dgn of 1848-49, was Chief Engineer during part of the siege of Mooltan in 1849 (severely wounded), and Com- 
ng Engineer of the Right *«V'ing at the battle ofGoojerat, and in Sir Walter Gill>crt's pursuit of the Sikh Army 
ioned. Medal with two Clasps, and Brevet of Lt. Colonel). Commanded a Column which defeated the Hus- 
t tribe on the Black Mountain in Hazara in 1852. Present with the expedition against the Boree Afreodees in 
3. and received the special thanks of Government (Medal with Clasp). Served throughout the Indian mutiny 
turns ; was Chief of the Staff to Outram in 1857, ftn( l present in the several actions leading to the first relief of 
tow in September — Mungarwar, Alumbagh, and Charbagh ; commanded the Troops in the rescue of the siege 
which had been surrounded and cut off in the suburbs ; the sortie for the capture of Phillip's Garden Battery, 
:ber separate operations (severely wounded). Present as Chief of the Staff in the latter operations at the 
bagh after the second relief of Lucknow. Brigadier and Chief Engineer at the siege and oapturo of Lucknow 
jfcned, CB.). Commanded a Brigade at the capture of Gwalior. Defeated Tantia Topee at Joura-AIipore, cap- 
gas guns (thanks of Parliament, and K CIS.). When in command of the Gwalior Division bombarded and 
ttdthe Fort of Powrie in Aug. 1858. After five days' close pursuit surprised and defeated with a Squadron of 
4th Hussars Feroze Shah's Force at Rauode (Medal with three Clasps, and a year's service for Lucknow). Corn- 
led the 2nd Division of the China Expeditionary Force in the campaign of i860, including the action of Sinho ; 
total Tan gku (Division in reserve); with his Division and the whole of the Artillery, in conjunction with the 
cb Division of General Collincau, conducted the operations ending in the storming of the North Taku Fort ; 
cist the advance upon and surrender of Pekin (thanks of Parliament, Medal with two Clasps, promoted Major 
nl for distinguished service, and appointed Military Member of the Council of the Governor General of India), 
d to the Peerage in 1868 for his eminent services as Commander in Chief of the Abyssinian Expeditionary 
t. also received the thanks of both Blouses of Parliament, and nominated a QCB. 

eneral Bechor served the campii^n of 1842 in AfFghanistnn, including the forcing of the Khyber Pass 
il), Sutlej campaign in 1846, and severely wounded at the battle of Sobraon (Medal, and Brevet of Major), 
oned in despatches for services in operations against the mutineers on tho Hazara Frontier, and in opera- 
on the Eusufzai Frontier in 1857 (Civil CB., Medal with Clasp). 
ieut.General Hutchinson served in the Sutlej campaign (Medal). 

lajor General Fraser served in the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46 (Medal). Punjaub campaign of 1848-40, as Ad- 
t of Sappers at the siege of Mooltan and battle of Goojerat (Modal with two Clasps). Burmese war or 1852-53, 
ocompanied the Column under General Steel to Tontrhoo (Modal with Clasp for Pegu). 

Ujor General Gulliver served throughout the operations before Mooltan in 1848-49, including the first siege, 
tog of the intrenched positions on 9th and 12th September, and storm of the city — severely' wounded (Medal 
Hasp). As a subaltern raised the 24th Punjaub Pioneers and commanded them at the sieges of Delhi and 
tow, and served also throughout the campaign of 1858-59 in Oude (Modal with two Clasps, and Brevet of 
•j. 

[ajor General Pollard served in thePunjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the siege of Mooltan (wounded) , and 
ofGoojerat (Medal with two Clasps). 

lajor General 8tewart served in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including tho siege of Mooltan, and battle of 
rat (Medal with two Clasps). Also in the Indian mutiny campaign, including the battle of Budlekeserai, and 
rbout the siege of Delhi (Medal with Clasp). 

[ajor General Maunsell served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, throughout the operations before Mooltan, 
ingthe first siege, storming of the intrenched positions on 9th and 12th September, and surrender of the 
«, also surrender of tho Fort and garrison of Cheniote, and battle ofGoojerat (Medal with two Clasp*). In the 
1 mutiny campaign commanded Sappers and Miners at tho actions on the Hindun, battle of Budlekeserai, and 
fhout the siege of Delhi, directed the right attack during the final operations, and was dangerously wounded 
conducting the Column of assault on the Pahareepore suburb on 14th Sept. 1857. Commanded Sappers at the 
ind capture of Lucknow, in the Rohilcund campaign at Rooyah, Alygunge, and Bareilly, and at Mitowlee in 
ide campaign of 1858-59 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, and CB.). 
okrael Tennant served at the siege and assault of Delhi, also at the siege and capture of Lucknow (Medal with 
lasps, and Brevet of Major) . 

otanel Medley served in the Indian mutiny campaign, including the battle of Budleekcserai, throughout the 
3f Delhi, and severely wounded whilst conducting the storming party at tho assault of the Cashmere Breach 
fened in despatches). Served with Seaton's Column at the actions of Gungeree, Puttialee, and Mynpoory, and 
siege and capture of Lucknow (mentioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps, and Brevet of Major), 
steel Williams served as Adjutant of Engineers with the expedition to Pegu in 1852, and was present at 
saeardment and capture of Martaban and Rangoon (slightly wounded), capture of Prome and occupation 
sstsf (mentioned in despatches for " gallant conduct," Medal with Clasp). 

Mflssl Innes served in the Indian mutiny campaign, including the defence of the Residency of Lucknow, as 
Iscineer with Franks' Division during its march through Oude, and greatly distinguished himself in the 
•t Sultan pore, where " far in advance of the leading skirmishers, he was the first to secure a gun which the 
r w«rea1>andoning; retiring from this they rallied round another gun further back, from which the hhot 
in another instant have ploughed through our advancing Columns, when he rode up unsupported, shot the 
r who was alxmt to apply the match, and remaining undaunted at his post, the mark of a hundred matchlock 
ho were sheltered in some adjoining huts, kept tho artillerymen at ljay until'assistance reached him " 
is> Cross) . Was afterwards present at the siege and capture of Lucknow — severely wounded (Medal with two 
, Brevet of Major, and a year's service). 

lonel Chesney was present at the battle of Budleekcserai, and served as Brigade Major of Engineers 
!K>Qt the siege of Delhi and was twice severely wounded at the assault (mentioned in despatches, Medal with 
tod Brevet of Major). 

•loncl Warrand served in the Indian mutiny campaign and was severely wounded at the siege of Delhi — 
ipatatod (Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). 
onel Crastcr served in the Burmese war of 1852-53, including tho taking of Bassein (Medal with Clasp for 

onol Brownlow served in the Indian mutiny campaign, including the battle of Budleeke^erai, siege of 
had charge of the Engineer park during the latter part of the operations, and was severely wounded at the 
; served the Rohilcund campaign (Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). 

onel Trevor served in the Burmese war of 1852-53, including the operations in the vicinity p,nd capture of 
n (severely wounded), and attack on the Burmese stockades on 19th March 1853— slightly wounded (Medal 
upp for Pegu). Served 011 the Bhootan expedition in 1865,— mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, and 
1 the Victoria Cross " for gallant conduct at tho attack on the Block house at Dewangiri " (wounded, Medal 

asp). 

..Del Limond served with Havelock's Force at the relief of Lucknow, and subsequent defence of the Resi- 
tfedal with Clasp, and a year's service). 

onel Stanton was reported by Earl Canning to havo been actively employed under tho Civil Government 
he Indian rebellion. Served also as Staff Officer with the Jaineram Field Force in May 1858, and was present 
Wa.iT of Buraon— mentioned in despatch (Medal). 

onel Perkins served in tho Indian mutiny campaign, including the battle of Budlcckeserai and siege of 
wounded (Medal with Clasp). 

>nel Lang served in the Indian mutiny campaign, including the battle of Budleekcserai, and. lYrc^flNaroX 
e of Delhi — conducted the storming party to the csoalade of the Cashmere Bastion ♦, with. OTea.\X&&« V^ctaiTua 
ctions of Bolundshuhur, Alyghur, and Agra, relief of Lucknow by Lord CAyde, tatttea of CwmjBW w^ 
nnge, siege and capture of Lucknow, (mentioned in despatches, Medal with three CtawpaV 



2286 War Services of Royal Engineers (late Bengal Engineers). 

41 Colonel Thomasou served in the Indian mutiny campaign .including the battle of Budleekcserai, and through- 
out the siego and capture or Delhi (Medal with Clasp). 

♦' Lt.( 'olonel George Newniareh served us Assistant Field Engineer in constructing the defences of Meernt from 
May to Sept. 1S57 ; afterwards in command of a Detachment of Sappers and four field spins in the Seharimpore 
and Moznflemuggur districts under (.-olonel J. Briud, agisted in tho operations against the Rohilcund rebels, and ia 
the disarming of the town of Moeranpore (Medal). 

** Lt. Colonel Champa in served in the Indian mutiny campaign as Adjutant of tho Bengal Sappers at the actions on 
the Hind in, Untie of Bndleekeserai, and throughout the siege and capture of Delhi (wounded) ; commanded Head 
Quarters' Detachment of Suppers at the taking of Futtehpore Sikree, and in the Agra district under Colonel Cotton ; 
served as Adjutant at the siege and capture of Lucknow; wart specially employe<l under Brigadier Douglas in the 
Gazeepore and Shuha/jad districts, present at the final capture of Jugdcspore. and at the pursuit of the rebels to ihi 
Kymorc Hills (Medal with two Clasps). 

47 Lt. Colonel Pcmberton served in the Indian mutiny campaign, including the bnttlcof Bndleekeserai, throughout 
the siege of Delhi, and accompanied tho storming party at the assault of the Water Bastion — slightly wounded; had 
charge of the Engineer Park at tho siege and capture of Lucknow (Medal with two Clasps). 

49 Lt. Colonel Jeffreys served with General Jones's Force in tho Rohilcund campaign in 1858 (Medal). 

50 Lt.Colonel Ward* served in the Indian mutiny campaign, including the action on the Hindun, battle of Bad- 
loekeserui, and throughout the siege of Delhi, actions of Gungcree. Puttialee. and Mynpoory, siege and capture c* 
Lucknow; throughout the Rohilcund campaign, including the attack on Fort Rooyah, action of Alygunge, and 
capture of Bareilly ; served also in the Oude campaign of 1858-59 (Medal with two Clasps). 

51 Lt.Colonel Thackeray served in the Indian mutiny campaign, including the actions on the Hindnn. battle ol 
Budleekeserai. throughout tho siege of Delhi, and obtained the Victoria Cross for distinguished conduct at the defend 
of the Magazine during the fighting in the town ; afterwnrds present at the actions of GungHree, Puttialee. ud 
Mynpoory, siege and capture of Lucknow, throughout tho Rohilcund campaign, including the attack on Kan 
Rooyah, action of Alygunge, and capture of Bareilly; served also the Onde campaign of 1858-50 (Medal with tire 
Clasps) . 

43 Lt.Colonel Forbes served in the Indian mutiny, including the action on the Hindnn, battle of Bndlcekesnai, 
throughout the siege of Delhi, actions of Bolundshuhur, Alyghur. and Agra, relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, battle 
of Cawnporc, relief of Futtehghur, siege and capture of Lucknow (wounded), attack on Fort Rooyah, action oJ 
Allygungc, and capture of Bareilly (Medal with three Clasps). 

** Major R. G. Smyth served in the Indian mutiny campaign, and was present at tho final siege and capture of 
Lucknow in 1858 (Medal with Clasp). 

44 Major Moncrieff served in the Oude campaign of 1858-59 (Medal). 

66 Lt.Colonel Holmes served in the Oude campaign of 1858-59 (Medal). Served as Field Engineer with the Hasan* 
Field Force in iS'-x (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

4 " Lt.Colonel Blair served in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1858. Served with the Eu^ofzai Field Fane m 
1863, and was present in the action at the Umbeyla Pass. Served also with the Column against the Goddoon tribe 
in 1864, including the burning of Sittana (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). Served in the Afghan 
war of 1878-00, and was present at the capture of Ali Musjid (Brevet of Lt.(. -olonel. Medal with Clasp). 

M Lt.Colonel St. John served in the Abyssinian campaign as Director of Telegraphs. " Tho telegraph worked well 
and rendered important service" (mentioned in despatches, Medal). 

* 9 Major Carter served in the Sikkim expedition, India, under Colonel Gawlor in 1S61 (mentioned mdespatcbei, 
and thanked by the Government of India). Served throughout the campaign of 1863 against the Boneyra and otkar 
Aflghan tribe*, including the storm and recapture of the Craig Piquet and Umbeyla, and destruction of Mulkak 
(mentioned in despatches, Medn I with Clasp). Served in the Abyssinian campaign as Director of the Trhroat* 
metrical Survey, and was mentioned in despatches as having " by the most strenuous exertions (together with kit 
Assistants Liouts. Diimmuler and Holdich). and at a cost of great fatigue and privations, succeeded in surveriaf 
nearly 6,000 square miles, and carried their work from the coast to Magdala " (Medal). 

** Major Heavisidc served as Assistant Field Engineer in the Bhootau campnign of 1864-5 (Medal with Clasp). 

•» Major Clarke served in the Abyssinian campaign in the Water Supply Department from Senate to Addigera% 
and performed excellent service (mentioned in despatches. Medal). ^! 

c " Major Cunningham served as Assistant Field Engineer in the Bhootan Field Force in 1875-76 (Medal 
Clasp). 

•» Major J. A. Armstrong served with the Hazara Field Force as Assistant Field Engineer thronghoutthei . 
tions of i8f,3 ; had charge of the Field Telegraph and was mentioned in General Wilde's despatch for having rapidhp 
constructed and worked the Telegraph Line (Medal with Clasp). 



War Service* of Royal Engineers (late Madras Engineers). 

I Sir Arthur Thomas Cotton served throughout the Burmese war of 1824-26 under Sir Archibald Campbril.arf 
wa<* present at the capture of Rangoon, reconnoitring in gunboats and jungle fighting near Kemnndine. attack 
stockades and Pagoda of Syrian, capture of Mergui and Tavoy, defence of the Lines at Rangoon and attack off 
left tlnnk of the Burmese Entrenchments, attack of the Stockade of Kokein, siege and capture of Donabew, attack 
Shan Stockades and of stockades on the left bank of the Irrawaddy near Prome, capture of Mel loon and jnT 
fight at Paghammew which terminated tho war (Medal with < -lasp). 

s Colonel' Sankcy served in the Indian mutiny campaigns of 1857-58, and was present at tho operation 
Cawnporc under General Windham, siege ami capture of Lucknow (Brevet of Major. Medal with Clasp). 8*J 
in the Afghan war of 187^. 7'-. as Commanding Royal Engineer in the Southern Afghanistan FieldFoTce (CB.Y'*' 

,J Colonel Mullins in the second Burmese war us Senior Engineer Officer, and commanding the Detachi 
Sappers and Miners with the force under Brigadier General Cheape, employed against tho Chief Myah Toon in 
vicinity of Dona hew, in Febr lary and March 1S53. 

10 Colonel Roger* served i- the second Burmese war. 

II Colonel Stewart coinii:. :d»»d the Mailras Suppers throughout the Chinese campaign of i860, and was 
at the action of Sinho, rapi'ise of'Tangcliow and of the Taku Forts, action of Palichau, and subsequent 0; 
eniling in the surrender of 1'ekin (Medal with two Clasps, ami Brevet of Major). 

" Colonel Chry-tie served with the Abyssinian Expeditionary Force in i8fa>, as Field Engineer atZonlla 
January, at Senate in February, and subsequently a- Field Engineer at Addigeratin constructing the en trca ' 
at that post (mentioned in di-patche.-, Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

" Colonel H. X. 1). Prcndergast served with the Mailras Sappers and Miners in Persia in 1857. and wtu» 
at r he bombardment of Mohunirah (Medal with Clasp). Served as Assistant Field Engineer with the Mal*» 
Force in 1H57, and with the Central India Field Force under Sir Hugh Ro»e in 185S, to-ik part in the sieges of J 
Rjitghur. itoratoto. and .llaiusi. was present at nearly all the battles and minor affairs of the above forces till 
capture of Calpee (Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). Received the Victoria Cross for distinguished hi 
first at tin- battle of Munde»orc (severely mounded), seciuid at the battle of tho Beena near Ratghnr (horrt 
third litthe battle o:"Betwa (.-everely wh»i:hIimJ). Commanded the Detachment oft hrce Companies of Madra»Sa' 
and Miners- in Ab # v>sini:i, was Field Engineer iluring the advance, and was present at tho action before Mau-. 
(Mtvit-'fW'l in dv"jiiitchc> as having " ivt.dcred singularly valuable and important services," Brevet of Lt.CV»!«*r s 
m n'lMvthil). 




War Services of "Royal Engineers (late Madras Engineers). 22&C 

' Lt. Colonel Howes served in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1858, and was present at the affairs of Jheegung 
IKubrai, battle of Banda, relief of Kirwee, and attack of the Heights of Punwarrce (Medal). 
I*. Colonel Lindsay served in tho Indian mutiny campaign in 1858, and was present at the affairs of Jheegung 
. Kubrai. Utitle of Banda, roliof of Kirwee, and in the Reserve during tho storm of tho Heights of Punvrarre 
idal). 

Li. Colonel Burton served in thelndian mutiny campaign of 1857-58, and was present at the relief of Lucknowby 
d Clyde (horse shot), at the occupation of the Aluinbagh by O" tram's Force, and at tho siege and capture of 
know (Medal with two Clasps, and one year's extra service) 

Major Traill served throughout the Chinese campaign of i860, was present at the action of Sinho, capture of 
jarku. and engaged with the storming party nt the fall of the Taku Forts ; afterwards had charge of the demolition 
lie furts on the south side of the Peiho (Medal with Clasp). 

Major Filgate served as Assistant Field Engineer throughout the Chinese campaign of i860, and was present 
le action of Sinho, captures of'L'angku and the Taku Forts, and surrender of Fekm (Medal with two ClaspB). 
Major Pennycuick served in the Abyssinian campaign in command of H Company Madras Sappers (Modal). 
Lt.Colonel Sim served with the Kohut expedition of 1869 under Colonel Keyes, and was mentioned in despatches 
(hanked by tho Government of India. 

Major Peimefjither served as Assistant Engineer in tho Abyssinian expedition during the wholo campaign of 
-68. Services brought to the especial notice of Sir Robert Napier by the Commanding Royal Engineer (mentioned 
••patches, Medal). 



War Services of Royal Engineers {late Bombay Engineers). 

il Good fellow served in the expedition against Kolapore in 1827. 
General Turner served in the expedition against Kolapore in 1327. 

Lieut. General Walker served throughout the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49 as Field Engineer and was present at 
liege and surrender of Mooltan. tbo battle of Goojerat, and the subsequent pursuit of the Sikhs and Affghans 
lal with two Clasps). For five years (1849-53) he was employed ui making a military survey of the Northern 
is Indus Frontier, from Peshawurdown to Derah IshmailKhun, during which ho served as Field Engineer in 
iy of the encounters with the Hill Tribes on the Frontier ; at the attacks of Su«gow, Pulli, andZormundi, under 
eel Bradshaw ; in the a flair of tho Kohat Pass, under Sir Charles Napier ; in the actions of Prangzai, Nowa- 
1, Shahkote, and Rancezai, under Sir Colin Campbell ; the attack of Horee under Colonel Boileau ; and subse- 
illy, in :86o, in the expedition against the Mahsood Wuzeerecs, under Sir Neville Chamberlain (Medal with 
p). In 1857, during the mutiny of tho Bengal Army, he was at tirst attached to the Stan" of Brigadier General 
ule Chamberlain when that officer was commanding tho Punjnub Movable Column, and subsequently accom- 
ed him to Delhi, where he was also employed daring the siege as Field Engineer, and was sevorely wounded 
rret of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

Major General Fuller served in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including tho siege and surrender of Mooltan, 
was severely wounded by the explosion of a magazine in the town (Medal with Clasp). 

Lieut. General Wilkins served with the Field Force from Aden against the Arabs in 1858, and was present at the 
ningof tho village and Fort of Sheik Othman. Served with tho reconnoitring party and in command of the 
il Engineers throughout the Abyssinian campaign (mentioned in despatches for invaluable and important 
iees during the expedition," Aide de Camp to the Queen, and Colonel, Medal). 

Colonel Merriman served with tho Persian Expeditionary Force in 1856-57, and was present at the storming of 
nre, capture of Bush ire, and battle of Khooshah (Medal with Clasp). 

Colonel W. W. Goodfcllow Berved with the Persian Expeditionary Force in 1856-57. and waR present at the capture 
uhire, battle of Khooshnb, and capture of Mohumrah (Medal with Clasp). Served as Executive Engineer with 
Ibysftinian Expeditionary Force at Zoulla from the first landing of the Reconnoitring Party till the end of 1867, 
lanfe during January 1S68, from that time to the close of the campaiim as Senior Engineer of the Force which 
ehed on Magdala ; present at the action of Arogeo and storming of Magdala (mentioned in despatches as having 
■played great intelligence and activity in everything throughout the operations," Brevet of Major, CB. t and 
al). 

Colonel Hancock served with the Persian Expeditionary Force in 1856-57, and was present at the storming of 
lure, capture of Bushire, battle of Khooshab, and capture of Mohumrah (Medal with Clasp). 
U.Colonel Grcig served with the Field Force from Aden ajiainst the Arabs in 185B, and was present at the storming 
» village and Fort of Sheik Othman. Served as a Field Engineer with the Abyssinian Expeditionary Force in 
1 in charge of the Engineer Park, havirg organized the Park at Bombay and despatched it to Zoulla (mentioned 
jopatches, Medal). 

Colonel J. Le Mesurier served with tho Persian Expeditionary Forco in 1856-57, including tho storming of 
jkire, capture of Bushire, and battle of Khooshab (Medal with Clasp). 
'Oakmel Haig served with tho Persian Expeditionary Forco in 1857, ami was present at the battle of Khooshab 




*J with Clusp). Served with the Abyssinian Expeditionary Force as Field Engineer at Koomeyleo, the 

• watering post at the foot of the mountains, constructing wells and other works there; abo served as Field 

freer at Senate (mentioned in despatches, Medal). 

Griooel Bonus served in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1857-58, including the siege and capture of Ratghur, 

Utof Garrakota, action at tho Pass of Maddenporc, sicirc and storm of Jhansi (wounded), storm of Lohari, 

Mof Koonch and Muttra, battle of Galowlee, capture of Calpee, action of Morar, and battle before and capture 

ralior (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). 

fekmel C. A. Goodfellow served with the Central India Field Force in 1857-58, and was present at the Rioge and 

ire of Ratghur, capture of Garrakotn, siege and storm of Jhansi (Medal with Clasp, and Victoria Cross). Was 

tent Field Engineer with the Okamundcl and Katty war Field Force in 1859. Served as Brigade Major of Royal 

seers with the Abyssinian Expeditionary Force throughout the campaign (mentioned in despatches for the 

sient manner in which he carried on the duties of his appointment," Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

Jt Colonel Gambier served in the Indian mutiny campaign in 185S, and was present at tho assault of Kotah,and 

t engagements with the Gwalior mutineers between Sanganeer and Bheclwarra, and at Kotaaria (Medal). 

fajor Bedford was present at the operations against Morar Cantonment and the Fort of Gwalior. 

lajor Merewcthcr served as Assistant Field Engineer with the Okamundcl Field Force in 1059. Servod in the 

linian campaign on detached duty at Koomeyleo in surveying and constructing earthworks for the railway, 

s Adjutant of Bombay Sappers and Miners (Medal). 

tajor Smith served as an Assistant Field Engineer with the Okamnndcl Field Force in 1859. Served with the 

linian Expeditionary Force, and had charge of the survey and works proposed and partly executed in connec- 

tith the supply of water to Zoulla from Koomeyleo. 12 miles (Medal). 

L Colonel A. Le Messurier served as Assistant FieldEngiuecr with the Okamundcl Field Force in 1859. Served in 

byssuiian campaign as head of the Water Supply Departments to the Army. Organized the watering arrange- 

1 at each post and accompanied the advanced force to Magdala ; present at the action of Arogee, and amongst 

rat who entered Magdala (mentioned in despatches, Medal). 

tajor Jopp served throughout the Abyssinian campaign in 1867-68 ; landed with the first Reconnoitring Party, 

il partly in surveying routes, subsequently served m the Pioneer Force as Engineer in charge of working 

hi in the march on Magdala ; present at the action of Arogeo and capture of Magdala (mentioned in despatches, 

[ajor Lee served in the Abyssinian campaion as Assistant Field Engineer at Zoulla during tho latter months, 
i campaign, and carried out successfully many important works there (mentioned in &e*v&V^tts^*i*^Y 



320. 

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Orenadier Guards. 



Ljnia 



HI 



Biimoii" "Pnintu" "Winuto u "Aui" "Lnmu" "Bari* 
Colonel.— Bii Howal Ilis'nrii George W. F. C. Dal* of Cambridge. 1 EG. KP. QCB. QCMQ. SCSI.' 

' n t,-l\*v i 5-,l.i..,t.Q r ntral,i 9 Jav« 5 t.,Qtnerat,i5JU]J S 6;Fi*liM*rana.l.o] 
L«dnarda, IjD«*. 61. 
nUiul Coloneli.-] pi.e. Edw. Henry Clire. E.i. 18 Aug. 54; Km. 4 If. B Dee. S4; LI. 4- r. 
July S7i C01.'. * Li. Colour), '8 liar. 64; Colonel, 4 March 76; Afujcr, :i Oct. 79 ; If . Cb(omI . 7 An. 
Henry Pumhan-f 1 nrnes." Ih J- If. m Dec. S j ; If. * Copl. 'iB Aug. S 7 1 tap'. # tt.Coleael, '1 
, ]; (■■„;..,-■' 7; l/We-/, , ApvLJSo; /-i,.f«j..Mf Colanrl., Julyai. 

Philip Kmiih. £,■>. .1 If. 19 Jan. 55 ^II.^Cnpf.fisJunesB; Copl. £ Ll.Colontl, '39 May 67; Col 
I '..-I- ;'■■ .'.'■ pr.So; J^M-imaf I.WohjI 1 J.ilv Si. 

LeniMjuy I'tiilliju. S*tia*4 If. 'is June 55 ; If. + Cupf. '34 June 59 ; Copt, 4 Lt.Ook.ml, ' 7 A 
Karar, 7 A'lg. So I I iJoJ-e/, .3 Jan. to ; l^Mliiiml (.Wonei, 1 July li. 
jtajora.— t John Juliut Johnstom, Eiuion * K.'ao July 55 ; li.f Cap!. »3 S July 59; Capf. 4 Lt.t 

►ioNuv. 67; CM 1 July Si; mfajor. , lair Si. 

3 Kegiiiulil John .Mi.iiiiingham-Duller.EMisai-II.'sFeb. 55; If. tf-Capf. 'jDec. 56; Capt.fLt.l 
' I'r; .In ,.<.!■.;; J/,<i,.r, 1 July 81. 

i Sd- Smith rlrLLlrt^E»«.^If.f 4 Apr.j6;II,iCar(. 31 Aug. 60 : Capt.4Lt.C0l. *g Oct. 6 9; lf«f. 1 J 
Bdirard G. H. fi»p. Uinchinbroke, HP for 3**1 iioi-.it; Emign 4 Lt. '18 Dee. 57; Lt. 4 Ca 
"*-. Copl. 4- Ef.Cn.WI, 10 July jo; Jf»j«f. 1 July ■>. 

' '- I>ouglaBHome,B«.^H.'nBept.6o 1 K.^Co|jf.»i3JnDe63jCoji*.J'If.aiI. , isl 



■ s.Williwi.Sh-ilt 

- f II. (toll 

Uwafd George Percy L 

l:u4Lt.', ... 
! J Garratt, £*■!. 



Ul Coploii 



ll'jnry Trotter. 



flo». William Hcmv Peregrine Carington. HP, for Wmmtt, Oroom in 1 
I'll June64i If. i < .■■.!>'. f 7 Aug. 67; fripf. J Lt.Ctlnnrt. 4 Dec. JI; Afojo 
Reginald S&oiUM bynno, A.,i,iant eZljmtaat 4 Qmarfr Uaitrr Qtui 



illinshcari Rluudoll, Iui;a, 

-^rily,; Coi<-- < ■ 

Perry Littleti 

" " /. 1 July Bi : Major. , J,,]y Si. 

'4 Oct. 6*: If.* Copl. ?i6 Oct. 66iCopf.*If.Col.'3iOet. jit Moj>.iJ 
' " " " ' LI. 4 Capf.'6May67i C0pf.4if.C0l.1rJe 

H"ai(i»o ]■<] lit Qaeeii ; . 

.... . . %w«j ***J 

-- 67; Corf. 4- It. Colomf, 1 J Mai. 73 1 Major, 1 July Bi. 

Hill rk>«ScyaimirOifkt*n, £«■«■# .^'95 Jan, 6j| If. + Copf. '13 June 6B ; Capl. 4 LI. Col. I|M 

im'vi'l M11 i r'. nil.*' 'Miik-gill Cricbtoo. AuUlatt HHitary Btrrrtora. Multa; Enr.'ji May so ; If. ioJb 
f'ui-l >' H MnyUji Ciuf. # LI .Colonel . 3 6Feb. 76 ; AfoV. 1 July 81, 

ll.i.iv V,', .;],.»!,. , /,■„.. 4- If.'i6 1Ia)-65;I(.4-Capl.*i Aug. 68; Capl. f Lt.Col. 1 Apr. 76 j Major, 1 111 
.pi., and LtColooeli- 1 Robert Frederick Balfour, Eat. 4 LI. 'a Aug. 65; I'- 1 CVj"- »i7r>b.»)i 
if /.I.iv./M.f 11 Aug,76. 

I.I111 Huljl<nr.l im. ^ I(. "6 Feb. ee ; If. ^ Cnpf. » lf April 6;: Capf. t Lt.Col omrl, 37 S«pt. J 
■Own, >."»« *If. f io July 66; If. *Qip(. »i8 Aug. 65; CBpt.fLI.Celoail 17 Bf| 

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f LI. >s Mar. <Sj ; - 



19 Dec. 69 l c *J**' i 111 



^Alger 



« (ilii/bjirit, Ext. j-If. »i 7 0ct. 66; LI.* Cool, 'ao Dec. 69 ; Co 
.. lutriclf Hyde Villier., MUilar, Alloeki at JtiWia; JEm. 

ji(. .(- Lt.ColoHil, is-^epl. -■;. , Calami, 19 Oct. 81. 

N 0..i.lmi-Lennoi, Cor. *- Sub Lt. >n Jan. 671 Km. #If. 'JoMaj6;iL(.* 



HitImti Kriinr-ii Ki.idu, Eat. * LI. '59 May 67 ; II. * Copi. '9 April to; Copt. If Ir.CofMfl.tMli 
[ , li.irki-.Piiiiu- ! -r.,r,i-. Em. 4 Li. '7 Aug. 6j; If. *Copf. '8 JUM70, fjejtf. + Lt.Coloatl. jt Aog. )1 
William Slaiipy K. -1 .on-Slauey, E...# If. »joNov.6 7 ; If. rf-Copf. id July 70; Copf.f H.Col.!B*| 
,,.:<: 11;.. Kv, mnl "Henry Primroie, JliUlera Allarao at Vi«ao; Era. 4 LI. »ii April 68j If.^ 
31 Aug. 70; CV11I. 4 U.Colontl, 14 Bee. 78. 

ArtliiirCli.n-l,.- ■■■. islcv. ism. ^ If. "13 June 68 i If. ^Coj)f. '.sFeb. JiiCopf. J> If.Cofo»e!,s»l 
inliiiird. Faw.4 Ll.'ii Sept. 68; Li. 4 CawL'ta Mar. 71 ; Copf,4II.Cof»Hl,s» 
k,. 4 If. '18 Feb. 69 j II.* Copt, "u May 711 «pf . 4- II. CWowl, 14 "*J 
If. '17 April 69 ; II. 4 Copt. '17 May 7: 1 Capf, 4 Lt.Calimel, 14 May 70. 
Eju. * II. ' 19 May 69 : Lt.t Capl. '9 Sept. 7' ; CMbI. 4 Lt. Colonel, 7 Jut 
Aaatint KiI.furyS.er.lory ia /reload; Jfiu^a, ":6 Sept. 6S ; £«. 4> 1 



rniinii Antrobut, Jhaku 4 Lt. 
■race Bieardo. £.t 4Lt. »i 7 A 

arlea Robert Rowley. E- » ' 
'Tick David Boyle, .' 



jS."»aB Oct. 71 J Cap'. 4 LI.CoIohA, .. 

rilliam Frederick Fnaei, Mttltr of SaUttm , i'ai 

,_i; Cop/. 4 If Coloael. 39 Apr. 80. 

e Algernon Percy, Corner, raj June 69; Ent. 4 Lt. »ifi Mar. 70; I(. 4 Capt. J Feb. rt;t 

■ Ralph Lecke, JTae. * If .<■=) Mar. 70: Lt. 4 Cipl, ijFeb.ji, Copt. 4 Lt.Colooil, 7 Aug. 80. 

. William Henry M ackiimon, 'fi»». .f II. <-n June jo ; If. 4_Ci"pf. 3 Auif- := i CVipl. * tl .Wwl, I J 















Thomaawood "•.««..»«. 




Byre MecdonneU Human Tract*. /«!. 0/ Af.ttef ry j Aunl 19 








William Dent Mou n i,n> 1:. e,i I'hiiiipaKarrer.^^.o. Camp it u* > 




Kin. Charles Rii.-i 1 » .:i,aiuiV>. 1- Afo.f" ,11 s/nflr. AU.d,) 





















































Grenadier Guards. 



LllOTUtlKTl. 



3 Malcolm Urummur.il. d~d. It ( 

"t L-r.l William Cecil 

i Chanel William Daly . 

i/n». George rlta&.y Heorytto 
i Edward CharkM Elliee. *••».. 



i Henry Gon 
3 He* Henry Frodcrir« Wh-Vs 
3 David AloianderXinlncb ... 
i John Townabr,nd Bl Auliio . 

3 Gilbert Legh 

i ri'.ilp.Tt liiinl'iM w. ■ . 



i Tliomn; H-.-nry HoMie Hriulfnr 
j William Angualua Unr-Pni ] 
i Iti.'bard Jcmbua, Cooper 
i Fratwia: MBondafce Hi art ft 

t \l',lli:.„, irnrvej Aswll 
i Willin.n Krwlcrick r «lie 
j Charlp* Ludovie Lindsay . 



Britada Snrgnt.—i Arthur Kuy Ri*:ngt<.n.'a S. it Mmr. j) 

Battalia* Saraimu. ( . '■•".-. J. Ii;. ;: .,■:.,. :„•>: -. " A 

aatrfaa. Major. » j Francis Bramley Baker. J.S. j Mar. 

SMyMH.— 3 Albert Luis FernandeB, 4wur.mil .Ware*, i Oi 

i Cbarlee Edward Harrison, 3 d Sept. 74. 

t Oeo-gn Ballmgall Stuart, US. 1 April 71. 

1 Ernest Harrold Fenn, » April 61 : Iw m , 31 

Solicitor— William Jamea Farrer. 

III Bafialio. riUmtd/rom Canada, Srpl. 1864. ml BbHh 

3rd BaWa/ioB ntirnrtflvM U- *"- 



\Brifait Smrgtttn, 1 Fab. Si. 
1. ,.(1(1 ttiASiiyn* Jfaj.gr, 4 Jan.71 ; 



BMrt, ?S . 

■■ rrtaritdfrtm Canada, ? 
., Jaw.itjf. 
1 and Co. 



' The TJuko of Cambric 



-ar (Medal) 



a the Royal Navy in the 



in. Kaa 

d or the Eastern Army throughont tha campaign of 1854. iu- 
an (hone shot), and siege of Sabutopol] Medal witafonr 

Burmese irar (Medal), Also in the Baltic In the Russian 



liant. Crawley served with tie 3rd Battalion 60th KIBaa in the Zi 



saw 



,ue- Pox-Pitt served with the jut Highlander! In tha latter pt 
Snrgeon Ellington and Burgeon Major Lawrence.— Far War 



u present al the action 
r of 1B79 (Mndal with 



" Lntniii" "Bam 



Coldstream Guards. 

' (withtha Bphjnx). "Tiunli" "BiiUH 



3; CtUjui, 8 Aphlni 



'eb. u j ;■»■ * If. »a« April »j i JH. * <V . 

... 4«i i(»>or(3c. M l, 3 oJuirt5 <1 i«w.(;, m |, 

. -Juno 54; Grtn-al, aj Juiy £.]; Calaxtt l^I'lHircim Guards. ID Uarcb 75. 
XAeutenintColonela, — 2 Geo. Robert FitxRoy,' liritjadter General C'oiNinintefHa 
S1.1 If. '13 Nov. 49; It.'S Aprils-; Cap*. 39 Dec. 54; Copt. *■ II. Cofo«^, 1 
.if-', ■■•■. > Sept. 77; If.OjfW.ioNov. 80. 

lilkinilluii Hull," Ew.#U. ^AllR. J4 ; H. * Cbjir. f ij Feb. JO; CM. * Lt.Cohmtl, 'y On. Mi 
£'»W(, I,) Bopt. 77 ; Ai>rrtp»8.il Col..'!, 1 Jtlly Si. 

(j HiY-v Jamc* WigniiB." JJ>«. * It. "j Auii. 54 ; !'.+ Cap'. p i4 Feb. s 6 ; Capf. J- IMTafoMl, »u Dec, 

i ..;, a, May So; «.,»-, 10.Nuv.fe,; iinJojnllW™!, , July Si. 
UK Arthur Lambtou.'* JTiu. ^ It. '4 AuK. 541 H- J- Ciiirf. »i S Feb. j6j Cat*. J-It.aiairi.'il 

,1',. , - : Colwl, 35 Nov. Bo; IUmjw, .July d. 
/. .Jiiu. Fred. EnieHt8Pjnn,nr,"K... + It.iKJ»a,s5i*I'. Co/rf. »i 3 May mj Cfcu*. J> #. (Want, 

v'l^y I'egge Dnrneli, l.'.i. # jW.*»i 3 Tcb. jj ; It. * CVjrf. »» Doc. Mi O.JX. * JM.CW. *" !»»■ M[ 



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_%><.lanl J/ilifury Secretary, Cttaaa; Eat. 

;(',»;./. J- I.t.C.,!o»,l, "liilljir. 7 >j: -V.i/»r, 1 July 8" '-■ ' 

Maniiln'iflioui-BuUw.A-m.*/* ••-- ■ " ' 



117 Robt.Eyrc, Jfiat. 

Jtf««M July li. 
3 John BBrton Sterling,.! 

JTa/w, 1 Inly Si. 



I July 60 ;?:*«. * It. 4 
...► s Kov.6i 1 JIm.*-II 



S5iK.+ C'D(X..3] 



14 Julv 54 ; It- » Dm. it : <*J* 

.9 Sept. Hi. 

c. 60; Oipi.<tZ<.eU.>]ollkr.i>; 

■lie 66; Cap*. J-K.CW. nATKf.ja: 

JuIy«iOip(.4-K.CW.,Jnlj-73i 



Sept. 68; Cajil. 4 Zf.Ohwl, 

Robert William Webb Follett.JTjH.i It. 'ai July 66; It.* Cap*. '17 Feb. 6a ; rapt. * If.Cot.au £*j.l 17. 
I i/oa. Evelyn Edward Tbonuia Bo»cawen,E»<. Jit. p 2i July 66; It.^Cipt.'sllar. 70; Cajrf. J/Zl.ffW, 



9 Dec. 6a; It. of-djif. »3 Aug. 66; Cnpf. 4- Lt.Colouel, igKar.TI 
lor-ideVoscl. Eu. *Ii. ».ajune63i it J- Cnaf. »i, Aij.Wj 

- - ... , -..— „ - , Ir. »»9 Mii3'«3 ; If. *■ C«i>t. »iSJ»ji.67;aipt. + «CW-jAW* 

W m .Jt>l,iUf,esL'hvLiU'nani!.dfii, K««. ■!■ If. '=S Ort.t, ; Lit Cup'. "BMave, 7: Cpf. * fJ.Cet.i f*p ii- 
J/™.I-!rlir.Arcl,. liralmwriAr.li w:i iKai.iTJ. ''i '.- Mnjr 6t ; J.'. J- (opt.i'jj Oft. 67 ; Cajil.4-U.Cal. iB BS.JI 



lJW*r, . July Bl 
• ptiini ud Lt Colonel*.— 1 .lulu 
Op|if.<r Ll.CeUmtl, 15 April 74. 
Rich. Spencer Hall, JEiUtfU.'is 3Uy 6. j I 
'"m.,TolinFreBclivilleRnnjBdcii, Em. J- b 



a. Edward Henry TraiUgal Durl.v. -It/' far Otrmfiiini Itegimrmlal Adjutant 1 July 81 
"~ 'S;If. *tiiii(. 'ijMsr. O81 Copt, i, LI. Colonel, i Sept. 77. 
" unlowiT Corry, Em. i-Lt. '-a. July 66; It.+ l 



£•1.^11 



; l W;„, 



_1 Feb, 78. 

Waller Philip Otway, En. # LI. '14 Aug. 60; It. t Cvpl.'ioHnr. 7s; 0«j>f. i LI .Colwl. » Jimo;S. 

Hcrvty Jurki'a l.lnyd j'.ruiT., I'm. ""as Feb. 6a ; I*.. 4- It. 'aa Nov. 64; It. ^ t^iff. F30 )i»r. p; 



ckwoou,JI«i. *I! .'nDrc. IV 



Oiiit'iBMiy 
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B, Ungate Afujor .« trtt 



Vosey John Daw- - . .<*:■ I- Camp 



r ofU^ktlr, . 



_. Robert {!._ 

p. DoukIbb Ftr.lprick Hand™ Dai 

irrje Ralph Churlr* Onaohy Oon 

race Knbert Btoplbrd, A.U Je (*u«, 

;< Arthur lie -y K.- Lf r. Major. Adjtt 



atOrgufil Maduley Uuuelin 
- David Arthur Lovell 



T..burg 










■Oaten* 10 Feb. 78 



stan: „ 



1. A'art^-W.;uh;ro . 



Hon Alan Dudley CI 



.July a, 

■ July e, 

■ Jaly Si 
1 July 8, 
.July e, 
I July Bi 

■ July B, 
. July Bl 
.Jjly r 

■ July I 
.July , 

IjSg ! 

■ Jaly i 



6 

"9 

»7 

'3 

■ 8 

6 



Coldstream Guards. 232 

Pay.- — ■ 

f 

1 Q«orfer ITaffert.— i William Ellis Reynolds, 8 March 76. 

i 2 William Webster, 15 Oct. 81. 

Surgeon Major. —1 Surgeon Major Constantino Caridi Read, 1 * A.S. 13 May 53 ; Surgeon, 12 Dec. 68. 

Battalion Surgeon. — 2 George Perry, 19 Aeeiet. Surgeon, 29 Jan. 55 ; Surgeon Major, 26 Feb. 76. 

Surgeon*. — 1 Arthur Bowen Richard Myers, Aeeietant Surgeon, 26 Sept. 59. 

2 John Henry Connel Whipple, MD. Aeeistant Surgeon, 30 Sept. 64. 
I x James Mag ill. MD. 3 May 76. 

Solicitor. — Robert J. P. Broughton, 7 Jan. 62. I 1st Battalion returned from the Crimea, June 1856. 
'Facing* Blue.— Agent t, Messrs. Cox and Co. | 2nd Battalion returned from Canada, 29 Oct. 1842. 



1 Sir William Codrington commanded a Brigade of the Light Division, and afterwards a Division throughout 

t Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol 

[edal with Clasps, KCB., Commander of the Legion of Honor, Grand Cross of the Military Order of Savoy, 

t Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). From iz November 1855, and until the evacuation of the Crimea, 

t was Commander in Chief of the Eastern Army. Has also the Medaille Militaire of France, as having com- 

tnded an army in alliance with France. 

* Colo nel FitsRoy served the Eastern campaign of 1854, in the 41st Regiment, including the battles of Alma and 

ikerman (severely wounded), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

"Colo nel Hall served at the siege of Sebastopol from 20th Nov. 1854 to 16th Jan. 1855 (Medal with Clasp, and 

nrkith Medal) . 

14 Colonels Wigram and Lambton served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol from nth Dec. 1854 (Medal with Clasp, 

th Oass of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

u Colonel Lord Wm. F. E. Seymour served as a Midshipman with the Baltic Fleet in 1854 (Medal). 

M Colonel FremanUe served with the Rifle Brigade in the Crimea from 3rd Dec. 1854 to 9th July 1855, including 

e siege of Sebastopol ; also commanded 163 men at the last sortie of the Russians against the Quarries on 7th-8th 

me, and commanded the Woolsack party of the Light Division at the assault of the Redan on 18th June— severely 

Bonded (Medal with Clasp, Sardinian and Turkish Medals). Served also in the Indian campaign, including the 

sge and capture of Lucknow, Trans-Gogra campaign, with expedition into Nepaul — mentioned in despatches 

ledal with Clasp). 

w Burgeons Major Read and Perry.— For War Services, see Medical Department. 



Continuation of Notes to the Lothian Regiment. 

1 Colonel White served at the siege of Sebastopol from 21st Nov. 1854 to 10th Aug. 1855, including the attack of 
e Redan on the 18th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served from 16th Nov. 1858 to the 16th March 
59 with the Berar Field Force, which took the field for the purpose of preventing the rebel chiefs Tantia Topee and 
iroxe Shah from penetrating into the Deccan. 

• Lt Colonel Manners served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, from 
th Dec. 1854 (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served the campaign of i860 in 
lina, including the taking of Sinho and Tangku, occupation of Tientsin, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two 

'* Lt-Coloncl Stewart served the campaign of i860 in China, including the taking of Sinho and Tangku, and 
enpation of Tientsin (Medal with Clasp). 

» Major G. W. Thompson served in the Canton Police Force from 1858 to i860, and was present at the action of 
ekstm£ with the Kwang Tung rebels on 8th Jan. 1859. Campaign of i860 in North China, including the taking 
Sinbo and Tangku, occupation of Tientsin, and surrender of Pekin, the latter part as Orderly Officer to Brigadier 
rquhart (Medal with two Clasps). 

"Major Rooke served the campaign of i860 in China, including the taking of Sinho and Tangku, occupa- 
nt of Tientsin, actions of the 18th and 21st Sept., and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 



Scota Guards. 

Xstm" (with ths Sphinx). "Titir 



Colonel— Hi Henry, ZordTioke by, 1 QCB. Sntian, 31 April 14 
■_: Su.a; Co fell, 9 Not. 46 ; Uajv, 'it June 50; Ll.Cot 
LIGtArrol, 20 Sept. 6t j Qtntral, & March 60 ; Colon.* Bcote 



*rgeHajM 



, /J.CoWi.ri, Au<t. 6i; (: li™«/.j«M«r. 78; Jft™ 
..,1 .,■ Williams Knoi. Em. ^ Z(. iijjan.ss; Lt. f Capi 



1 juiy 01 ; major, 1 juiy ci l j. 

. ... j Bar,. Walter Rodolph Trerusi 

4 A,.r. 65; Major. 1 JulyBi ; foiottl, ; Sept. 
Sept. 5s ; Ll.iC 



a o 

SirlnoroL." 
Lt.tCaft. ■iiJOmisi Capt.fU.lVwl, 
"J.'oFeb. 54; Major Gcmrral, 70 Juti(;, 
Snardji, 13 May 75. 
Ih ^W.^Aug. s4iU. *■ C^.'ijll 
liar. 70 ; Litttaonl Colomtl, 1 July Si. 
Sept. J7| Capt.f Lt.Colonrl, ', April 65: 

.. SSj Cbj>*. ^ JK.CtJni!, 



'. p 9 Feb. ss;£(-a*- Cb^(. 

'16 Aug. jo; CB«.^i*.OiJ. a 9 Anp;.«8; Jfoj'or.i Jnlil.. 
Jov. 56 j LI. j- Cap!. '15 Jane 6b, Copt. + il.CtlW, 

f If. ») 4 Jnne 59 i W. «> Copf. »u Juno 6j; Ctpt. 

L(. ^ Coji*. f 4 April 6j; Capt. i Lt.Coltntl, ij Jalj 71; 
t LI. '5 Sopt. 6>i XI. ^ (,«,-(. '11 Jul; 6 S : Ott. 

if, i Capt. '6 Fell. £6; Cap* f Lt.Cilmtl, 15 Ivtt ; 

Julr6 3 i Lt. fCapl. »=6Jnne66; Cojrf. f U.tifo.i. 

; if. .j-CajjI. '06 JunB66-C3pl.^7.(.CW«.l, 10 Oct Ti; 

inrl LtColsnela.— . Barrinirtcn Bulkley Douglaa Campbell, Ext.* Li. »io May 64 ; U-fOf 

. 66; Capt. $ lA.Col. 17 May 76. 

ml Sanford Methncn,' TttUnt AJjulani a*i Qnarlrr Maiitr Otmral, Boom Diilrict; Em. 

It fa 



l-'i <l-. I*almer, En. *LI. 11 Sept. 55; Lt.iCapt. 
Himrv llardinge Denne Btraoey,£««. J- LI. 'iS 
",1-r-i. .. ; lT U ,or, ■July It. 
ft* ! nry Thou. Fraaer.Ear. '10 Sept. 58; Ear 



,<*-., July 81. 

■HA Go«line, ■£... "18 Jan. 60 
lii!iB74i Afu,or, ,7 July Bi. 
.r..-hna Charles Vanneck, Em. 



; July ,H : 1 



1 Italph Vivian. Em. i Lt. '99 Not. 64 ; it. $ Capt. 19 Ana- 68 ; Capt. f Lt.Coloml, 30 June 77- 
1 if... Francis Charles Brldgeman. Em. *£!. »n inly 65; LI. <f Cupl.'joJune^; Capt. fit. vol. 1 Air.;;. 
1 Henry Flurly or. En,.* Lt. ' 39 May 66; Lt. f Capt. 'ii Aug. 69 , Capt. ^ Lt.Catmtl.ia Dee. }J. 
William Edward Montgomery, ^uijfu,!' MUttorj SrtnrM " LicHt. Otmral tit Hoi. L. Brnpa-, Ik 1 



a Mildmay Willson Wills. 
1 Leopold James Yorke 

LI..C„t™.\, a.Feb. 79. 
■ Inigu Richmund Jones. E< 
, SfAvilliai ~ ■ - ■ 



1.,. , ui Capt. * Lt.CalMl. * „,... ,-,.. 

4- Li. r 3 Aug. 66; Zl. * Capl. f j Sept, 70; Oijj(.*I;<.Co!omJ,14I1«i!- 

II Scarlett, Sa>. i LI. *n Dec, M; it. d> Capt. '14 SopL 70; »/*.f 



n Oonlon Gordon- Camming, B 
ThomarwiJliam, F«i(. Coke, In. * LI. ' 
Capl. j - LtVohnil. m Mar""" . "™ 



1 if. J- Oip/. '30 Aug. 71 i Cbpt. iLt.Cet. lfce.5: 
: £u. * i(. '5 May 69 ; Lt. # Capt. >l! 0* p 



t Lorn Campbell. HrigoJr Major, ITomo Diitr 

enry Panel' 

ocie Chariee Wurdon -Leanni, AUtitCam? It 

ir Regh.a .1 tiau Wdlahire, Barf. 



Lb do C'f .gnf Dali 






"n Dudley Iukkh Dalaon. £«/. Intl. ofUai- 

Spencer [lrtmm»od . 

imu t>yprian Kin.iye. Aaj'lant 9 Jane 9o 

p.i.c Fredorick W.U.am Romilly 

John Bourchier Btraraa . 

" Wickham 



is Henry I '.;,.■' - 
1 George Cosmo A 



',1 '((Xl 8 J m 



«. Aleiandcr r'rar.na Heot >■ c»rn|iiie;: 
t! Arnold Alan (.'evil Kepprl 



eorge llei n- ms-i:... 

1 Robert Rundaa 

, Charloa ltdwnrd ||.;i .,. 



■ Aug. «tl «ipril;i 
j June 69! aoJa»r 
4 July 69I 1 la*, n 



r Daw eon. Darner 



11 Feb.' 77 

'ijii If' 



»r(o/ Mount Chariee 
HanuoM Uowrn 



Charles Barriup .1, il....-„i 



«3 
9 

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^ ^l 5'cote Guards. 233a 

Pay. Pv.! 

Qaortar Mattert. — z John M'Blain, 14 17 Nor. 69 : Hon. Captain, 1 July 81. 

a Prederick Butter worth, 25 Mar. 73. f 16 Mar. 81. 

Surgeon Major. — 2 William Henry Pickford. MB., A.S. 19 Feb. 58; Surgeon, 1 Mar. 73; Surgeon Major, 
Battalion Surgeon. — 1 Surgeon Major William Ralph Lane, A.S. 29 Dec. 54 ; Surgeon, 4 Jan. 71. 
Surgeon*. — 1 William Campbell, MB. 12 Jan 8: ; Surgeon, 30 Sept. 74. 

2 George Somerville Robinson, 12 Jan. 81 ; Surgeon, 6 March 80. 
2 Robert Frederick dimming. 12 Jan. 81 ; Surgeon, 6 March 80. 

Facinqe Bine. — Agent; Messrs. Cox and Co. 
iet Batt. returned from the Crimea, 4 July 1856. 2nd Bait, returned from Canada, 18 September 1864. 

1 Lord Rokeby served the campaign of 1815 with the 3rd Guards, and was present at the battles of Quatre Bras 
ad Waterloo. Served the Eastern campaign of 1855 in command of the ist Division, including the siege and fall of 
ebastopol (Medal with Clasp, KCB. % Commander of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian Medal, Turkish Medal, and 
rd Class of the Medjidie). 

* Colonel Moncrieff served in the Crimea from 2nd May 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal 
ith one Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

7 Colonel walker served as Assistant Military Secretary to Lieut. General Sir Arthur Cunynghame during the 
laftr war of 1878 (mentioned in despatches, CB.). Was employed on special service throughout the Zulu war of 
879, first asPrincip.il Staff Officer to No. 1 Column, being present at the action of Inyezane, and during the 
ccupation of Ekowe, and subsequently on the Line of Communications, and in command of Fort Pearson ana the 
jower Tugela District (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

* Colonel Hon. P. S. Methuen served in the second phase of the Ashanti war from the 17th Dec. 1874, and was 
present at the battle of Amoaful (Medal with Clasp). 

* Captain Paget served in the second phase of the Ashanti war from the 17th December 1873, attached to Captain 
Sutler s command (Medal). 

14 Captain M'Blain served in tho Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava,. 
mil Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on tho 26th October 1854 (Medal with four Clasps, 
Sardinian and Turkish Medals). 



Continuation of Notes to the West Surrey Regiment. 

1 Colonel Phillipps served as Adjutant to the 1st Battalion, 2nd Queen's, throughout the campaign of i860 hi 
North China (Medal with two Clasps for Taku Forts and Pekin). 

* Lt. Colonel Kelly-Kenny served the campaign of i860 in North China as Orderly Officer to Brigadier Jephson, 
including the action of Sinho (mentioned in despatches), taking of Tangku and Taku Forts (Medal with Clasp) . 
8er?ed the campaign of 1867-68 in Abyssinia in command of a Division of the Transport Train (mentioned in 
despatches for " seal, energy, and ability," Medal). 

* Major Holt was thanked in General Orders dated at Poona 12th July 1866 for his " noble efforts" in saving 
lift on the occasion of the wreck of the Pilgrim ship Diamond, and his conduct was deemed by the Commander in 
Chief at Bombay as " deserving of the warmest admiration." Served in tho Abyssinian campaign in 1868, — as Pro- 
vost Marshal at Zoula, and subsequently in the Transport Train ; was attacked by a large force at BeLago Pass 
whilst in charge of Convoy, and his conduct on the occasion met with the entire approval of Lord Napier (Medal,, 
and promoted to Captain unattached) . 

' Major Morris served with the 75th Regiment in the Indian Campaign of 1857-58, including the occupation, 
«to tho relief of Lncknow, of the fortued outposts and camp with Outram's Force, and repulse of the enemy's 
attacks ; also present at the battle of Cawnpore on 6th December (Medal). 

j* Captain Hughes served in the Abyssinian campaign with the Transport Corps (Medal). 

14 Major I Id er ton served with the 68th Light Infantry in the New Zealand war in 1864-66, and was present at 
tM attack on the Gate Pah (Medal). 

n Captain Craig.— For War Services, see Army Pay Department. 



*34-5 

iat BaU, Malta. "I 

sndBaK.,F™ej-.J 

(The 3rd Batt. iflfi 
The Royal Cypher wit 



The Royal Soots (Lothian Regiment). 

Formnrhj the. id (Tlte Royal ScoU) Jlegimeiti. [■ 

lieil of the Edinburgh Light Infantry Militia ; the 4th Batt. " 
n the Collar of St. Andrew, tx'"-'" '- "- ■*■ " 



.d the Cr 



apuiiii 



in tho second Colour u 



■s Raymond, Ewign, 9 April >j; LI. '17 March 5> 



ll.,i>PB Raym 
,/. ■ ./Dec 47; -t/-C='*i" 

...■j[n, ;}, G«™(. . Oct. 7, , __ 

.,1 .a 1 Henry Georwe While. 1 Entign.y 



Cotomrt, aS Not. ■ 



; lii, i.ni.l Alir.i! Manuora.' Ernie*, m May 53; £'. p i8 Aur. 54; tW. 16 June 59! 

-, -lnlv -j : Jt'iii.r. i Aug. 76 Brrei< Li**ltxant Colour', 19 Dec. So; Zl.Cahtrl. 1 July Bi. 
, .ii, m O n IV, Hi:, <;, ;i»; sell. 'E**is*. '13 Sept. 5 3 : ii. 8 Dec. 54 i Capf. a 5 Hov. 61 f £t.Af<v< 

.l'.„,->r. -,j Sov. -- ; ti«i(niaiifColo«?, 1 July Bi. 
: (;f.ici,'i'l'i,ll'.-rt Sitntart," Xniign, 30 Feb. 5S ; il. 5 JunB ; S i Ctft. '- " — "■ =' »•"- 



ifojor, 14 . 
JSHfajc-,;, 



.!<■ 1-amare Mort»on, > 



1 Frederick Cuninu h«m 

1 Barnn Gcorufl Roo'b ... 

3 William Bell MncMnalU ... . 

i Arthur William -'.rni.fluam 



nt O'Connor *: 

' WUtiamDnirj»haw.Ji,«(o.'. M«le- - , 



1 U any Garcli 
""'liamllrnrvWha' 



I Stephen Blyth Mnor» 

= Henry Willi am 1-ir.t* 
j Rowland Fflarnlf) Kyrle Money 
" iry Lonnlul- ■ a lewell 

1 William I .- RiCliardo 

_jor Al grand rr Karnuaaraon 
3 Escrton Fa}' In M>rgan.I*»yler 



i, 1 ,r 






1 Oh»rle_ 

j Charles BaiwmrtBttaud, Aijt. 
1 Kdimrd Allham Ailham 

'too William Hroadlry 
31 Arthur hdward lloyil 
1* Rowland Scarlett 
i-'hj.. in t !(■.:»■•: : a; 
,_ld M-Lncblnn 

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1 _\ r chili- 
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, Wiliuilll [Kill 



Vcrn. : 
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■> Hamilton Jahn Ooold. 



AJ„to*S 14 March &u ) 



im Knkinc 'irnlmin Lujrln 

:, liiivnl 1 'iirapLie.l V. " 



. it. t-;rt T««t,iet (.. ..-•'.. 



r Ramsay Biueh . 



j Uforcc lYederi 



7 ij .3 June E 



Vnliniiiii t.e l,.i<acHutn6 . I. j Apr. 81 ; 1 July 1 

tmarttr,.—2 

> I'huilOi Henrr Banford, 19 May 79; Eat. 11 Feb. 61 
«**«- Varies— a Htnry Lonadnle. iB March 74, 
1 Thomas Worrall, 11 Aue. 78. 

£uci*gi Bine.— i«Hi. Messrs. Cm and 
lit n^italio* mtortof /or Malla, 96 J,i.. 
«J Huilalioji ..Sorted /or £o»6ay, 1; ii 

il Hassell served at the siege and fall of Sevastopol from 1 



*li Aug. ^ss (Medal « 



x»tBatt.,AU«»hot 
3 ttdBatt., 



The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment). 



*3* 



• . I Formerly th" 2nd (The Queen's Roual). r Regimental District 

i ■t»fal. J J \ -v j / ^ Nq a.^^totfm^ 

(The 3rd Batt is formed of tin* 2nd Surrey Militia ; the 4th Batt, is not yi.»t formed.) 
Tb« Paschal Lamb, with the Mottoes " Prist ina> rirtut is mentor," and " Vel exuci* triumphant." The Royal Cynhoi 
within the Garter, having the Crown over it. " Egym " (with the Sphinx), " Vimikh.v " '• Couvkva. " «• Salamaxca* 

** VlTTOBIA " " PrftKJfKKS " " NlVKLLK *' •« ToULOUbK " " Pft2U<fSULA " " AlFUHANISTAJf ** " GnUZSBB " "KhIlit' 
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x Eustace Lovclnoc llcrcy, ITu*. '5 Feb. 58; Lieut.* 11 Feb. 59; Cuj>/. »'i4 Mar. 63: Mfa/or 2? Oct *c- 
Lieutenant Colonel, i July 81. ' ^ ' S 75< 

2 y.«.c . Thoums Kelly-Kenny, 4 Ensijn, 2.: Feb. 58; Z* «t. * 1 2 Oct. 60 ; Cipt. p 2 o Jul v 66; Major. 20 Sept. 77- 
Lt. Colonel, 1 July fii. * ' v • in 



>.Nsiuir ok 

2JTD LI BUT. 



MAJOB*. 

2 William John Holt* ''24 July 



a Montagu Cholmelcy Morris 7 i'?? May 

1 r.».c. Williaxn Charles Hood ' 4 July 

1 WilliamClarke ........... . ; p i 7 Feb. 

x ~* 

1 



LIEUT. 

15 Feb. 
15 Wept. 
11 Sept. 

1 Oct. 

4 Auk- 



57 
57 

60 p 

57 v 

5»! . .. 

61 p 22 Mur. 

1 Mar. 



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64 p ji Oct. 
64 17 Feb. 



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I 80 

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George Herbert Wooclard ' 26 Oct. 

Robert Hleazby 9 Feb. 

Charles Fairhiiuka Lawson, Adjutant ) '« T 

2 Surrey Rifle Volunteers >, iajan - 

Charles Edward Ildorton 1 * \ v 5 Sept. 62 p 2o May 68 hi Oct. 

Gcorgo Arthur Scott :p 27May 62.^9 Sept. 64 5 July 

Captaixs. 

Jasper Sclwyu Tupper 

Henry Melvin Matthews, Adjutant 4 / 

Surrey Riflr Volunteers S 

Ed ward Warren Broderick ; p 28 Aug. 

Henry Walter Trench rio Feb. 



2Q July 
8 July 



P J9 Mar. 
p i4 June 
p 4 Oct. 



Bernard Arthur Boale. 

Edward Ashton Hughes 1 * 

Thomas Edwards Harmau 

George Douglas King Harman,.4i«i><x> > 

Camp to the Lieut. Governor, N. W.Prov. ) 

Charles Augustus Mott. Aide de Camp } 

to Major General W. P. Radcltfe ... > 

William Montgomery p i4 Mar. 

'•23 Dec. 



62 p 4 Oct. 

6a, 11 Nov. 

63 lp 1 May 
64 p u July 
fi 4: 5 Nov. 
64 p 28 Oct. 



CAPTAI3T. , 

59 2 Sept. 68." 
57 p 2i Sept. 6o : 
p 3 Aug. 70! 

1 April 70! 

1 July 71 i 

7I | 

71. 

73' 

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MAJOB, 



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26 May 73 



64 

64 

66 
67 

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8 April 74> 
uMay 75. 



64' 2a April 69; 
24 Jan. 65 p 8 June 70 

p 22Aug. 65 i', 5 Feb. 71 i 



21 July 
23 Oct. 
Ji Jau. 
1 May 
ai Oct. 



75 
75 

78 
78 
78 

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7 Dec. 
21 Nov. 

v 2 Jan. 

p u> June 
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p i7 Nov. 



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William Gun ( 'ollis 

1 Arthur Herbert Nourse 

x M it ford Oust 

. John Stratford Collins, Adjutant 
\ Middlt$ex Rifle Volunteer* 

1 Terence John tioekett Dunno 

2 Hamilton James Klverson 1 * 

-? John Richard H a rliKjm Hichanls.... 

LlXrTK.XA.NTS. 

Rf>))OTt Tliomas llniironl-Flootl ! p 7 ^cc. 

Charles Edward Whiulo p *4 Dec. 

Herbert Wilkinson Dent, Instructor »/; 

Musketry 23 Aug. 79 S 

Edward Owen Fisher Hamilton 

Geoflry FraucisPincknej,i)w/i*/*rfor of 1 

Musketry 4 Apr. 3i ) 

1 Alexander Fuller Mai tland 

2 Arthur Klias 

2 Henry llourchier Fowler 

2 William Samuel Burroll 

1 Arthur John Adams 

Stewart Holcombo Rusbridger 

2 GoorgcWilliam Uacket rain, Adjutant / 
21 July 80 ) 

Henry Denue lU>bson 

Henry Bridgman Henderson Lethbridge 

Thomas John Atkinson 

William Faithfull Allen 

Geo. Trenchard Fickard-Cambrulge ... 

2 Francis John I'ink 

2 William Leonard Addingtou 

1 Alfred Ernest Price 

1 Charles Carmichael Monro, Adjutant t 

27 July8i > 

2 Willoughby Thuillier 

2 Wyndham Hackctt I»ain 

P tulip Lcako Stevenson 

nenry Powys Jjop.iine Kntridgc 

Hubert lou'SVetherall Hamilton 



65 v 
64 



67 
65 

69 1 

6y, 

69 

70 
70 



17 May 
1 July 
p ii July 
p 27 Oct. 



71 
7» 
7» 
7' 



2 3 July 

10 April 80 

28 April 80 
ai July eo 
26 Feb. 
8 Mar. 



81 
81 



23 Jan. 78 
31 Feb. 78 
x July 81 
1 July 81 
1 July 81 
x July 81 

1 July 81 

1 July 81 
1 July 81 



28 Oct. 71! 16 Mar. 81 



771 
78; 

?*, 
78 



■ I 



5 Sept. 77 
24 Nov. 77 

8 Dec. 
30 Jan. 
16 Feb. 
211 Juno 
13 Aug. 

13 Aug. 

13 Aug. 
11 Oct. 
:4 Jan. 
xi Aug. 
11 Aug. 
11 Aug. 



28 Oct. 
28 Oct. 
28 Oct. 

28 Oct. 
28 Oct. 

26 Juno 

9 Aug. 

X2 Nov. 

2i Nov. 
28 Feb. 
13 Juno 
10 Sept. 
20 Nov. 
20 Nov. 



;o Mar. 
1 May 
1 July 



81 
St 
61 



7» 
71 
7» 

71 ' ■ (foneral Smyth commanded 

71 the 6S1I1 Light Infantry through' 

out tho EaMern campaign of 1854- 

55. including tho battle* of Alma 

73 and Inkorman (horse killed), siege 

:ind full of Scbastopol (Medal with 

7 J| three Clasps, CB. t Officer of th< 

73 Legion of Honor, Sardinian anc 

74. Turkish Medals, and 4th Class o: 

74 1 tho Medjidic). 

75! >"• CiiptAin Elvcrson served 



20 Nov. 
11 Sept. 



79 
79 

79 

79 



75 throughout tho Afghan war of 1878- 
75 1 Hi > in tho Transport Department. 
...Whk present at the occupation of 
/J Khelat-i-Ghilzio under Brigadier 
78 General Hughes, and in the affair 
10 April 8u Ht Shahjui and the operations in the 
19 April So Logar Valley, and in tho engage- 
28 Apr. 80 incuts at Ahmed Khcyl and Urzoo, 

80 near Ghuzni. Accompauied Sir 
«i Fri'dcrick Roberts in the inarch to 
."1 Candahnr. and was present at tho 

81 battle of Candahar (mentioned in 
des|>utches. Medal with two Clasps, 
and Bronze Decoration). 



80 

80 

801 

80 

81 1 

81 

81 



John Walter Graham Till loch 

Stuart Hill Godfrey I 22 Jan. 

Grattan Wildman-Lushiiigton I 22 Jan. 

Henry Howard Fullerton i 23 April 

Robert Dawson ! 

FitzJames Maine Edwards 

George Cecil Russell 

Horatio Nelson Clancarty Noble 

5« Paymasters.— 1 Jnmos George Anderson, 2S Sept. 7S ; Ens. 26 F(.«l». 50 
■ * Robert Guthrie Crnig.* 1 1 Feb. <•- ; Stuff Puyma*t*r t ~\\ 

'.'.'. Quarter Master*. — ? Chnrle* llurvoy PulM'nrd, >j Aug. 71 ; lion. Captain x y Auv;. ; -\. 
l' mm ' x Jnmc-« TojiI, o Aug. 73. 

J*ef»f* Blue —Agents, Me^ra. Cos t\n(V Co. 



21 July 
8 Mar. 

30 Mar, 
1 May 

15 May 

1 & Juno 
1 July 
1 July 
1 July 
1 July 
1 July 
1 July 
1 July 
1 July 

22 Oct. 
u 2 Oct. 

92 Oct. 
22 Oct. 



3i 



01 
81 
81 
81 
8i 
Pi 
81 
81 



w For remainder of Notts set end of 
Scots Guards. 



\st Hatful ion embarked for Bombay 
July iS(>6. 
2nd Battalion embarked for Malta t 
8 x l a6 July 1877. 

81 



81' 

81 

81 



TJ. 1 

Aug. 



Feb. 6j ; Capf, 1 Apr. 79. 



The King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment), 
/..a—taj:' ] Formerly the 4ffc {The King's Own Royal). [j 



(Till' 3rd mid 4th llsttnlioiis ill 
"--'-- "" Koyal Cypher wituin uu i 

" SlTXaiOFDL " "A*tmi*u 

Cilostl.— StitrDii.lm John Hodgson,' In. 30 Dec. 19 

;. 4,; V„\<,« r l, =0 ,rm«; : 4: .Vuj, 
.; (W«»f(4th Fnnt, 11 fj„v. ; 6, 
—1 Cuthhert EeclCP,' E*ri S *, 't 
"M hot). &g . ;,. .1^1.1.1 Coloxtl, 39 Kepi. 77 ; tW.« 
Uikru.IK... 14 Julys,; i'l. M Di 
1 April 7; j W. r-.-* iM»/fimii( Cutout!, 11 Jtllj 79; i _ 
Aul-ii .-1:1-1 ),■,]■ If J Twentyman," Cli—nnifunf Dnlalfi 
'■utl.'t r. ; - Itrr-HMnjar, 1 Oct 77; ATii/or, 9 July 79 ; 
IW.M K,.i, 1: Miilillcton, £■«>■■, .9 Juno 57; if. »i; 



it Ijuicnnhin- Militia,) 






■ ltr,ir!l ■ Kaiijn 
Ht.JLt.C\,l<y* r l, 
Oct. 58; Capl. 



. ..D«e.j«jJft^f,»jlBie.)li 

April 6o; Xiiri.Snmf, ig Alf. it; 
iff- HI Csjrf. '8 Jan. 56; IhfK, 
5>J JMfojor, J July -/j; Igr, 



'.NOV.' 



'. 15 Jttna jS; (ty- 
.70; Lt.O&mj, 1 SnJTh 

10 66 1 J»f. Afo/or.i; Apt./); 



V lim-uinw licuireit ... 



. Thorn ton ['jit j- 

f "d-jii /n .!/■■ Qintrnt C.it"--.n* 
Pliihli I Hi.;,- V.irltO,.lrf>. 1 ll-ri.B. I 



EilwarimcrberL Pitthcrhort 

. Turner," .-1,J, 3 «l< 
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Hunrv B-iviJ rimlicrluinl 

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I- ■ :■ :U .-- '-IT" 

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u i„. Plnrciiiiri Sinrj-ur, ■' Stiff t'Mtgt 

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J/«.trf.» .-o SO*. 

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Frrni k U p mil wuwl MattlMWK, J J>tai 

I'h'rlc. I^l^r^r Hn Ulll.inii"! ^ 

U il,,;.n, U.llj'-n vlitchBll-ImiCB 

ArrUilialil John .IratJIli Ituiu 

Jo**|jti litniiliiH Bcinunii 

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10 U Til, 1 111. TL. 1 rni 

nOlivi.-rMiillt-.sMyi 



11 July 6j| J Mar. 74 



11 Jan. 67 sa Oct. ;6' 



il 65 ■ 7 July fie 



;:K! 



cneml Hodgson scned *tt i 
5th Rejntnent In the flrO In- 
war (Uedal with Cuupl. 
r rtmvMn tf Fat., .nyr** 



Fw.y. Bin 



Agcrnti, MM 
r.drorG*^ 
ciniii/ro.'flMi'iortiB, s Jul, M 



/I'Sf "fg*arttrlI**;.->- VVilliain Am! 
I 4 1 I - Henry Row 



^jSTSS*] The Northumberland Fusiliera. [no^SS? *4<> 

Formerly the $th (Northumberland Fusiliers). 
e 3rd Battalion is formed of the Northumberland Militia ; tho 4th Battalion is not yet formed.) 
Atamnl," Bt. Goorgo and the Dragon. _ The Rose and Crown. Tlie King'u Crest " WiniuBtm" 

Si ' Colonel.— William Lygo a, Earl 0/ Longford, 1 QCB. Eh,. », 5 Au^(. ];j 11 »,■ Aug. 38; Cup*. '16 Jan. 44 ; 
■7- 1 Major . '6 July u ; U.Cel-otl, n Deo. 5 * i Colottt, 17 July 55; JJu/i, finnl, 6 March OB; Lt.Gnml, 

a Jane 77 i fftmrol, 3' J" : >* 79 ; Co'sm* 5 ¥oa <" ' ' Be P t - 7 s - 
.. ! Lient8n»nt Colonele.— : Thomm Bcovell liiHKO,' £iuijl», 'j Juno J4 j LI. a, Sept. s 4 ; Cavl. 8 JnnejS; 

I Major . ',! 0cl.f»4: «""J Ll.Cotowl, 23 May /< ; /.i™*.>W frn'onrl, ,, Oct J7r f ofoiwi. ,3 flny j 5 . 
.. |> ?kom*l Ro*\*vtl,' CB.Ci>mma*di*g <• Bryaiciii Bngal : Ex,. 31 Dec. «*j if, *a, April 51 ; Oil*. 1 Mar. 

56: J/aier.'isMayMj Bratl LI. Colontf, it Sept. 75 ; UCaiMd, 4 May 80 1 CoiimiI, a 3 3r -- — 
■A, a Norman Macdonolu,' E**i)x, '14 May 5 =; -t'. ( i4 Juno 53 * C«pt. **} July 55 ; Bt. Major 
■' ■ 1Mi.ftlo.rl, 1 On. ;7 : H.'VfMl, s Out. 75.. 

j***.- 








llMlV 


:■'■ Srjit. (MHi.l iv.tli Cluoji, ah Clui.e 
























Jsi. 


-e 


7 Jan. 


.. fiLTmnrtfii "1 '■-i*--5. 'ucii'lln^ tlie 

ljati.ii-- of Alma and Inkernuin, die** 

Be and [avll nf Hclisntopol, sortie jf aolh 


































«i 


1 Jan. 


Si Turkish Medal). 
















Bi' Faring, IVhite. — Agrxti, Meter*. 


























J*" 









Nov.JJi Set. Coplaii 



24 1 The Northumberland Fusiliers. 

1 Lord Longford served the Xastern campaign of 1854-55, as Assistant Adjutant General, up to the *4th Jane ilsj, 
after which as Adjutant General, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege and W of 
Bebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, CB.. Officer of the Legion of Honor, Commander and Class 8t. Maurice and &. 
Lasarus, 3rd Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

• Colonel Bigge served with the 23rd Fusiliers in the Crimea from the i8thNov. 1854, including the siege of Be- 
bastopol, assault of the Quarries on 7th June, and assaults of the Sedan on the 18th June and 8th Sept., and wm 
wounded in the Trenches on the night of the 24th August (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie. and Tnrkis) 
Medal). 8erved with the 5th Fusiliers in the Indian campaign in 1857-59, including the action at Sheo rej pwt, 
defence of the Alumhagh in October and November, relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde including attacks on neDfl* 
koosha Martiniero and Secunderbagh, defence of 'the Alumbagh under Outram from November to March inclutiaff 
the whole of the operations, siege and capture of Lucknow, and subsequent campaign in Oude in 1858-59 incladnc 
the action of Buxar Ghat and defeat of the rebels under Beni Madhoo, and capture of Fort Omereah (Medal wa 
tiro Clasps, and grant of a year's service). 

i° Lt. Colonel Pocklington served with the 38th Regt. throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including tin 
battle of Alma, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Modal with two Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish MedsH , 

" Lt.Colonel FitzRoy served with the 5th FuBiliers during the Sepoy mutiny in 1857-58, and was present st W 
relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, including the attacks on the Dilkoosha, Martiniere, and Secunderbagh; wsV 
Outram's Division in the Alumbagh and engaged in the various operations there ; also at the siege and capture of 
Lucknow ; was subsequently present in the Oude campaign in 1858-59, including the action of Buxarghst tsi 
defeat of the rebels under Beni Madho, capture and destruction of the Fort of Omereah (Medal with two Oust 
and a year's service). 

14 Lt. Colonel Oldfleld served in the Indian campaign of 18 57-59^11 d was present at the relief of Arrah (woundei)fti 
defeat of the Dinaporo mutineers at Jugdespore (mentioned in despatches) ; present with Havelock's Force iifftr 
actions of Mungarwar and Alumbagh, and defence of the latter until arrival of Lord Clyde ; actions of La Maf^^ 
and relief of Lucknow ; with Outram's Force at the Alumbagh, in repulse of numerous attacks and operations 

in the capture of Lucknow ; subsequently in the final campaign in Oude. including capture of the Forts of 81 

pore, Ometce. and Oomrea, and actions of Dounderkeira and Buzarghat (Medal with two Clasps, and gnat tfl 
• year's service) . 

** Captain Francis Drake served with Havelock's Column in 1857 in the action of Mungarwar, capture of fli 
Alumbscrh, relief of the Residency of Lucknow and its subsequent defence (wounded) ; throughout the opeatfM 
at the Alumbagh under Outram, and at the final capture of Lucknow; also in the Oude campaign of 285*-* te» 
eluding the action of Buxarghat, capture of Omerah, and destruction of other forts (Medal with two ClasjAai 
grant of a year's service) . 

** Captain Wade.— For War Services, see Army Pay Department. 



Continuation of Notes to the Royal Warwickshire Regiment. 

• Colonel Feilden served with the 38th Regiment the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to July 1855 in 
the battle of Alma and siege of Sebastopol— wounded (Medal with two Clasps, and Turkish Medal). ' 

• Colonel Colthurst served as Adjutant of the 83rd Regiment during the suppression of the Indian rnutinrtv, 
was present at the siege of Kotah and its capture by assault on 30th March 1858, affair of Sangancer deftst*" 
the Gwalior rebels at Kotaria, surprise of and attack on the rebels at Seckur (Medal with Clasp). ' " 

7 Lt.Colonel Hole served iu the Indian campaign in 1858, including the operations in the JuirdesDorflJflX 
(Medal). ^ 

" Lt.Colonel Evans served with the 6th Regiment in the Indian campaign in 1858, including the operations hi 
Jugdespore Jungle (Medal). Served against the hill tribes of Sikkim during the close of i860, and was twit 
command of Patrols engaged with the enemy. Also in the Hazara campaign of 1868, including the su 
operations in the Black Mountain (Medal with Clasp). 

** Major Cockburn served as Brigade Major to the 2nd Brigade of the Hazara Field Force of z868, including 




ipaignofifaV 

ncluding the subsequent operations in the Black Mountain (Medal with Clasp). 

is Majors Wilson and FitzGerald served with the 6th Regiment throughout the operations against the hill triM 
of Sikkim in 1861. Also in the Hazara campaign of 1868, including the subsequent operations in the Ha* 
Mountain (Medal with Clasp). 

*• Captains Meredith and Stracey served with the 6th Regiment in the Hazara campaign of z 868 (His* 
with Clasp) . 

*° Lt.Colonel Morton served as Adjutant of the ist Battalion 6th Regiment in the Hazara campaign of 1 861, to* 
eluding the subsequent operations in the Black Mountain (Medal with Clasp). 

* Captain Beedle served with the 6th Regiment in the Hazara campaign of 1868, including the subseqas* 
operations in the Black Mountain (Medal with Clasp). 

" Captain Geoghcgan served with the 89th Regiment in the Crimea from 99th Dee. 1854, including the iM 
_nd fall of Sebastopol, and attacks of the x8th June and 8th Sept. (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish VedhQ* 
served also during the suppression of the Indian mutiny in 1857-59, including the pursuit of the rebels ""**" 
mantis Topee in Raipootana and Central India (Medal). 

" Captain Hill.— For War Services, see Army Pay Department. 



The Royal Warwickshire Regiment. i 

iW.bnrm, fttafdj Formerly the 6tk (Royal lit Warwickshire). LNoT'—Wanrkk. 



. ii-u. 



i.i £ulm, iG Dec, t,; II 'iy Au 
Intl. Kiaoeu. *<&" Oturr. 
■■■ "-- iSept 60. 



, Hi^ry |tn..3if Kmidel,.» fum,' II Scpl 

Wrmrt £f ColoMl. u Jonc ;6 ; OnlKunt <V. 

thurst,' X*w t, Ott. jr. f.' 'u May 15. <"V,.» 

1 Oct j; , M.tMsiwI. 1 Apnl j8 . Coimt. 1 u«. 

. Emt. 3 l)(f <i: Ia •• Juneu. ('«j>( 'v*': 1 ". 

2»»f £—f .■•....■ Co'.).//. 1 1 Fed 11 . I..ni'«i' ' <!<.—.'. ■ Jun c;. 

m Kelly Erane." A'u.«*. 15 Jan. rf ; K, i S Fob. jB; ('«/*■ 



Lewie Bljth Hole. 






May 63: flf. Jfo/or. 1 



>.f V I. r.'Tr R !.J.- F> I,.-: :[ t |. 



James Rsdri.M.i 



>. J*. •'» «:"..■. 



, ft.*. >..■.,< 
<!. <.r ? -..!y. . 



Richun: V ■ 






Kivillf .*,!.- -. V u :..TBl.. J^ 3rd 



E Loufflwi 

. I Nmlli Frer— 

Uallll.: 1 

■ |i Gerald Hjcin Chjiflos dtrMcy" 

■ 11 Edward Arthur Bai;" .. 

- it Arthur SI iil-inifTo O'Beime.. . 

- la Richard Jnhn IMyne , .. .. ... 



1 Ednri H-nry C 
1 Henry*!! . . : liar 






.•■■*/».;- M- - 






[ware H- .'■•'■ 

will Fmc» Auo 

thur \t ..s-r, Frank Jack*™ 

udcririi Ti .. in** Clujrwn 



Hnsfh Mii-i 

<7ivjrce I. ■ •-■' 
Cecil de ' ■'•'': 



J'urcy R . ■ V- •■' ■ 1 

Ltdduj Sherwood Sow 

Robert Henry T-H.-E 

3 Jamoe K"*ie.- .-* .,...-.. 

dehorn A-.mul.il 'I.-' - 



iHhtj 

1 Malby Croftcn 

li Harry Tr..op Browi 
li Alfred Woudrow SI 



'ic, Apr.. ■ 
'! Ua-V 



Ma-. 64 
May 64 1 






[July fi 
1 July Bi 
I July Si 



iunley Winmie 
Oottrtu frajlam Hill" ■ Apr. ?8. r« 
«•«» -. OoorftF. lieedie." .a Joljr 6-5 ; Be. ■ 
> runoiby Plulip Qawhesaii,** a Ha 
gaU.imtarttt/tr i.rfu., ? /*«. >«; Bad Soft, 



.dodinthHlnlfin H of Balmcei 
' iidAM also employed at the ikfcncc 
1 Sept. » 5 of AdenagaJnstthe'Arabain 1840-4.; 
li K v «. jj aud commanded the expedition sent 
, May 16 t» th D Red river, Prince Rapert'a 
, Nov, ,/. Land. 111 Hudson's Bay, In 1846, un- 

7 May 79! o' »ar with America for the Oregon 
. April So iheira'-.kaofthe Duke of Wellington.. 
.May te 'FctmoiwUrpfHotf hi prnt&tj 



rtf mae.-A S i*ti, Meeera. Coi 



h 66 1 iIo». Cuploia, 1 luVj li- 



343 



... TcwBT. 



The Royal Fusiliera (City of London Regiment). 



WitiZi, *Uta..] Formerly the jih (Boyal FutiHcra) Regiment. [f^S^H. 

(The 3rd, 4th, and 5th Battalions are formed of the 3rd Middlesex, the London, and the 4th Middle*! 

Militia respectively.) 

The Whim Rose within Che Garter, and the White Horao. "MiBTnrio.ni" "Tjtifiu" "luniu" 

'■Binuoi*' "BiLiMinc*" "Vjitowi" "Prwaii" "Outhbi" "Tontomi" "Plmmi" 

"Aim" "Iiiiuii" " Bmnoioi" "Kuuui, i£5o " " Akiuibii, 1870-80." 

—Sir Hicl'ard Wilbrabam.i KVB. jni LI. »* 5 Mar. 18 ; I.t. aj Mayij; Oft. »m July ,6; JUMr, 
- Jan. 44! .B../.f.f.V„ n rI, ,, Nor. s . ; C-toW, ,f Nov, 541 Major GrZJti.rtltnM,, 
Otntwl, 1 Oct. 7j : ( \ilvui H(j of L'jn'lvn ReffL 15 Sept. 81. 
ucutwndt Oolanlt.— z Wiilinm Yin Lti:r worth Colvin. Jsurio-n. ,7 Ni,y. (,;£(. r,rl*,nr ,„. IW >. «™- *-. 
Bl.itojor. loBcc. 761 J/ii/of-. i S S«I>t.ji; Ll.lt.iot.rl, aj W. B 
.. 1 Fitzmaurice B(!iiMch:iTii]i, s Kji»i.m. i^ Oct. ts; if. 'a* Jan. t 

Ji.'j'or, a6 Slay So ; Lir.lrm.Kt Co'"«rl 

. a Robert Fowler Boiler, E**g*. 10 I 

Cllwrf, . JnlyBi. 



3. ta. 



Job?!. 



'. 'a 4 Jan. 65 i Br Jhftr.t Oct 771 
■8 Dec. 67 i jtfq/ar, it June So ; II. 



'a Frederick Charles Koyacr . .. 

- wmSnAvneatmCaaSf''. 

Cennte F);ooke Mf.it>->" 1 . 

Hubert Henry Mmi.le 

Wiilinm Daly, A-i.-'i.i , MuUlmt 
Jtifi. r<,l,,t<„. 

Ilenrv Burton *■■.=■:' r 
. ;..«.<■. f,fo.'.r\ Bnrio-.-' 

J..wllllrflU'Lh.J-- ■■.">. ti :i.,lrt !'■ 

■ ■rhumiisUfjiii.i 



1 Dec. 6j 6 Sept. jj 

a April 6, 6 Sept. 7J 

1 ' f. 6, 17 April 

, Feb. 6j 1 April 



_■ Robert Barlow Mai 

Gardiner Frut! 
7l„tt„lion i.So.tk StuUlnrx MJ.l- 

: John Robert Beckett . 

■ William Conolly - 



xUuy.11.. A*jt 5'* j ''' : ' qly 



a K.lmim.l William AC-lnWy 



*• Ff 

'■6 Oct 



Pec. 6S' " AOK. 



crey St. Manr 
rcderick St. Lfirer To 

bns. Lyaaght M<.H;ie< 
(In ard Alfred Itunlyn 



Mar. *j. laOei!' 



1 Scut, d? 18 Oct. : 



f'harlcJiDnviajli.ri.,.! ..*.;■ ,.S"|.-. jfi 
Eilnnrtl Lotlus ItuCbe llinck' ■" 

,m:I,ni- Ihlrte;. 1 

of aiiiiktttju J«c «■ 

Win. HcnryStee!-.rdHrt j' ■' 
Diehard Lock A| I'loyi.nl 
Robert Eraainu* f* it len 

l'oli::UeorecD 

Henry BinKliatr «1 ■ 1 '.M.i:ib 

Gcorire Stuart N ti.' i- u. ,! ' 

«/■ 3/«»i-<fi> ;, '■-■ 

r„ ! ..„:eli^r.v I 

(JcorHO Ewbank Hr.,-*.. ,*.(. 

Gerald Deaae. ^.J» J' i —•/■'> 

Kint«aafa//r.'a*<l 
Henry Porter" 

Graham Cludde Herbert, Utrr, riirr 
Richard Daveis Ciim..tm-tt'iliiam» 



;;7"i 

: .1,1, ' 



i..-d K-.t* 



tele Charles -.. i - 
iMUltLnBuil* 
id Caihean de Trofford 



[ ((ijo:-i;e JHinean A'.i ij> ia ... 

.• i'lllliMHV Mulci; 

t CulhbiTt Henrv Uimn 

; Friiticia lli.ry J. t.:i 11..inl».e Kh»ili-« 

i Hurry t.'iriLin. 



/'/ 



edericlf Georeo For 
i Pirherd Dairy J 



i: i) Aob.o.; SlafPoy*. 
It; /'■«. CraUta, 9 Sept 

ies.r-.r, 



tbirlitiiae Ww,i Oe(. 1S7J. 



The Boy at Fusiliers (GUy of London Regiment). 14$% 

8ir Richard Wilbraham served the Syrian campaign of 1840-41 (Medal), including the advance on Gaza and 

ir near Aakelon. Served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, as an Assistant Adjutant General, including the 

ies in the Crimea and siege of Sebastopoi (Medal with Clasps, CB. t Offlcor of the Legion of Honor, 3rd Class 

be Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

Lt. Colonel Beauchamp served with the force under Brigadier General Chamberlain, attached to the 24th (Muzbie) 

is, against the Mahsood Wuzeerees during April and May i860, and was present at the forcing of the Burrura 

b, taking of Makeen, and other minor affairs (Medal with Clasp) . 

Majors Meares and Groube served in the 7th Fusiliers in the Indian N. W. Frontier war of 1863 with the Eusofyze 

d Force, present at the defence of the Sungahs at the Umbeyla Pass and at the attack on and storming of the 

ical Hill and destruction of Lolloo on the 15th Dec, also in the action at Umbeyla and destruction of the 

ige at the foot of the Bonair Pass on iCth Dec. which ended in the complete rout of the enemy and tho 

nission of the hill tribes on 17th Dec. (Modal with Clasp). 

Major Sweny, as a Lieutenant in the 4th Regiment, served in Abyssinia as Aide de Camp to Brigadier General 

>y ; was afterwards appointed Provost Marshal and Baggage Master to the 1st Brigade 1st Division, and was 

ent at the action of Arogee and capture of Magdala (mentioned in despatches, promoted Captain for service, 

al). 

Major Barton served in the Ashanti war of 1873-74 m the Transport service, and afterwards in Russell's 

iment, including the battle of Amoaful, attack and capture of Becquah, advanced guard engagement of Jar- 

iah, skirmishes and ambuscade affairs between Adwabin and the river Ordah (slightly wounded), battle of 

ihsa and capture of Coomassie (promoted Captain, Medal with Clasp). Served throughout the Zulu war of 

1; first, as Staff* Officer to No. 2 Column (Durnford's) , and, subsequently, in command of the 4th Battalion ol 

illfative Contingent, to the end of the war, taking part in the engagement of Gingindhlovu and the opera- 

1 of Clarke's Column (mentioned in Major General Crealock's report. Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

Captain Tanner served in the 72nd Highlanders throughout the operations in Central India and pursuit or 

vbel force under Tantia Topee ami the Rao in 1858-59. 

Lieut. Heron-Maxwell served in Natal and the Transvaal during the latter part of the Zulu war of 1879 (Medal 

Clasp). 

Lieut. Nicholson served in the Zulu war of 1879 as Adjutant of the 4th Battalion of Natal Native Contingent 

ighout the operations of Clarke's Column. Had military command of the boats for landing the troops when 

Clyde " transport was wreoked off the Cape (Medal with Clasp). 

!*ieut. Porter served with the 7th Fusiliers in the Afghan war in 1880, and was present during the investment 

ndahar, the storming of the village of Den Khoja, and at the battle of Candahar (Medal with Clasp). 

[ajor Moore.— For War Services, see Army Pay Department. 



Continuation of Notes to the King's (Liverpool Regiment). 

.Colonel Longfleld accompanied the force under Major R. S. Baynes which surprised the garrison and secured 
art and magazine of Phillour on the Sutlej on the 12th and 13th May 1857 ; also served at the siege of DelLi 
epalso of sorties on oth 14th 18th and 23rd July, and capture of four guns on 12th August 1857 ; afterwards 
it in the action of Dilkoosha and relief of Lucknow under Lord Clyde, the affair of 2nd and action of 6th Dec. 
rnpore, and action of Khudagunj, also served in the Oude campaign of 1858-59 as Brigade Quarter Master to 
lier Hale's Force, and was present at the attack and capture of the Fort and town of Sendee (Medal with two 

ijor Whitting served in the Indian campaign from March 1858, and acted as Staff* Adjutant to a Detachment 
*eram, and was engaged in the operations against the rebels in the jungles of Jugdespore un/ler Sir E. Lugard; 
rved the campaign of 1858-59 in Oude, including the attack and capture of the Fort and town of Sandee (Medal) . 



a Jtxr, Bagal.j 

(The 3rd nml 4th Rnttii! 



The King's (Liverpool Regiment). 

■ Fot \ " 

.1 of Hit ?nil Lancashire Militia.) 



a Eihrara CirO; 
ifoarl, 6Jnn. j 



! Tcnucr. VS. Eiuign, r y> Nor. 5^ . , ,._.,.._..,„. .... „.,„ 

1 ■. ;,.<■ .■■»' Coleurl, 1 Del. 77; IJ.CvlutH, js Jon. Co; tolaxci, 1 Oct. Hi. 

1,, ■■■■ ■■ Ucnry I'Mlmiiie. fui.it n, * AllB. 48; ^'- '3 Kcc. 5: j Captain. a. May 58; Bt Jtaur. . JolTji! 
j Mir. •;; 1 IhwtLiiiili-.iuiit Cuhw/, ■;: April ;-j ; j.jr.-ifr a .iiil (Woirf, . .Tilly S,. 



• .15 Jan. 56; if.' 1 Ane. 51-1 I 



3l.ijor, '1, Mar. 6a; BrM 

«; 

■m Sept. 58; i(.JfBj o y j July 7 Vj Jfiij», 



i (!.■■•■■■■,. IWbittili! 



:nt>iesCTinrh!j,J4j.jI*nark-i 

« ■;i-ii":il'; Ki ■■ l . . . :i 

I'VMii.u lii-i'ii.- 

1 l-'i ', ■■ Joiniat Sluurt 

, .1 i ,., i .lues Hamilton. Jiij. i^l iBxi- ' 
; ? i U n™Hi«2/rlifi U ) i 

Cim:m. 

Sl-aiJCOml, Si::ki>!S 

■-■Il.ii :. -Blake Humrrcy,i(ri><..V J/ry*r, I 

N;l;v...,- RulievIM, fhrfiini M11JM 

"/'■■'■ -f. J>«I*««»i.- .....J 

W-'i.iii. Louis. AijiliiKl s Iii.,fi.f.!iii- r 1 

*....'.■ IVInifirn j 

■■-1.! i .1 1 . Orrle .Ii:ri-:.y:i» 

\: ■■!•..! itenry Copo 

: S-.-Hl,... BrillTIl 

a.lIim .lahlcy iluck 

KirburrL Oi-Eic 

h'..:,.i;rnrii;tT, .(■■-'.. irrf IMIaluin I 

i.r *V;I l»>,< I'.™* JKft«M>...J 

, l.ii.. .-et'harlcs F. Thompson 

.ii.T,, - Mattbew Taylor 

; !ii ■;•■. Meredith Wade 

■:■ I' v.. in ik Jnmca Whallcy, Adj. 1 July 8. 

Inaliiv HriflKie 

(''.III! BtODO, -IJjii/ui.1 1 July 81 
; Will ..::; Lloyd Brorcion 

LtlFTIKXTB. 

1 .-■■,!., I, ..li Henry lliirr:*.:i ... 

iieiului.l)i]rvMi:llur,/M.U-«tfi.Fl 

..'.!/. .Wry j July S. J 

: II. -.. v.ljhn llobertdl.Gcorj-cllichurdion 

1 Pi in Schlcttor 

::uir!i!s«reftve.- .Iliiiiiuiiit 

: uliiniTii'l Colley Orntuin, Jml. •>/) 

.'•!>■ ri.-lry 39 Apr. &> J 

. ]..|M'.!i'.!LcricnlIai«a7 ■ 

■ I'' - Gray Roberlnon ..... 

Aut-uoms W;L:H-l(,ck JJritfLt J 

■(.' Clmrlcs DnniiJM, Interprrttr ... 

1 l -1-1 ii- .1 Harrington Holyneux-Spoi 

.c AuriipHh Milman J'owlcr 

i.Jm Wrifrlit Uui^c .. 

II... [hub Ei.iot 

- Si, JoIi:: sctou 

. \ ,:..!fr Knl,?rti=ori ijlnrkwell ... 

'.un. 11 Uuch Cotton '.'.'..'.'.'.'.'. 

V'-i.oKrU.arrtEliott..... 













37 Maj Sol 1 July !i 


HAujf. 67 


91 Dec. Bo 


iJnlj !t 








i 4 Jnng 73 










1 July 1: 


8 Nov. J* 




iJ«Ij !i 



Curtain Jocclyn fertcd it *■ 
tcr part of the Zulu war et«* 
J. the Native Carrier CorpM*** 



> Blue— AgtnU, Meam.CU 



1G66; DtpSt, ftmbn i 



J3S, SSSoMfdJ The Norfolk Regiment. [& 

Formerly the gth (East Norfolk) Regiment. 
(The 3rd and 4th Battalions arc formed of the 1st and 2nd Norfolk Militia respectively. ) 
" 'nun" "Coiohbi" "Hcicn" •' Sihiuhc* " "Vitioaw" 



The agura of Brit 






Nira" , *Pisi«Di.i"' - CiBooL,i84a""MooBiB«" " Fbboii 
" Kibdl, 1879" "AraEiBiniR, iBt^-So. 11 
il — Sir Henry Batet. 1 KOB. JsMBu, 9 Jnly 

e,6 j Bl.Lt.Celo.el, 7 Jnne 491 llajer, »ir „,, Jn 

rOtMra;, oOCC 63; Liiut.Cfi,ira[, $ Mar, tz ; Ovural, 1 Oct. 77 ; Cebx 
--* "-'-mala.— 1 Frnncie George Cockeedge Prolan, 1 Eiuian, 18 Ni 
56 i Jtfif/gr, f jo Sept. 68; Liomtonanl Colrnul, si July its Cola.rl 
t,*CB. Enoto*. 13 Sept. 48; Z(. 'is Feb. 53; Cap*. B 



; Bt.-lfn/or, "9 



" rjtlj Foot, 31 Dec. 7 



linowood Vibart.* JhsjfS 



15 Feb. 3 



B t7o7"lV!v'w!*M°Feb. 711 JM.ZI. 
57 i J*.lfa>r, 5 July 71 , Ifojc*, 
S April s9i Bt.lfoDr, S Jnly;a ; 



Hums. 

Charles John Cramer Roberts,' Cam- 
maxdmmt of Barjnl^f Drpot III I I 



More Stockier. "> Brigvto . 



., oVpmafndnt ,,' 



Thoioai Fnrley' 

Qtm.ana, Norlirr. 'Dittritt .. . 

Archibald Graham Wevell.oWtMI«w> 

Joseph William Mm thin Cotton ..... 

Augustas Henry Lougfleld 

p.r.c. Frederick Wnodb. .uv James. 

Aid, do Camp to Lord OarrSw 

Charles Herbert Shepherd ......... ... 



Octavios Alleard. 

Edward BoSYille James 

Fred. T. RowanHain 1 :t.n . A vl> do I 'a mp 
to too Lord Lituttoamt of Irottmd . . 



Freder 

Harry A 

GPurgeMLIward Gnfti "• tot! e/af... 

kctro bdNot. jB ; 

Lewis Horace Phi I hue" ... 

Ralph Henry Fenwicli Lortjbe'' 

Otway Mayno''.... 
Joseph Thompson. 






i Cracroft Becber 



1 a lew. 






Staff OJfctr, SHiaH.- ... ,. 

Frederick John Deallry I.ugard 
Charlee Edward Burton 
Bernard de ilui 
Boyce William 






WilloQ B hhyBrool..i,B MoJln. 
Herbert J.Whitesian M'Kenne Kennedy 
Robert Francis Cn^DRLame Baker 

HeoryTalvertonBeaie... 

Charles Beton „ 

Godfrey Massy 

Kdward Henry Charles w 8 :iesley 
Pianola Hardin?" "'— • 



tge HI mil 
.— 1 BIcnnrd Wilson. 9 Oct. 7* :' «■* 'si Oct j; t LI. 14 May S. ; Ctft. 1 Apr. 



> Sir Henry Bates has se 
iKosUndh 

tobtioa (Modal] : and waaappoTnted 
ftor ihat action Aido de Camp to 
...rd liDugh, (he Commandsr In 

;..»: India, in which capacity he 

ugrjur and suhseouen t opera- 
«nd Che battles of Cbillisn* 















(Juarten 




during the Fenian 



[ of . 






. Srhissemei 

e B> ■■ Maior Buckley ssrvBd in the 

■ a, IndianV.W.Frootierwaror.BSj.and 

- 8. wBspraeentBtthaatttokontheCraa; 
' E 1 Piquet, and severely wounded on tn« 
' 9. !liiirieyji.Heightsonth,Broth Novem- 

- Si btr IMedal with Claxp). Berred in 

■ A> the Jowaki campaign of 1877-78 as 

- 8. BriKsdeMsjortatheni Brigade. 



Per rtmaindor of .Vol,. imhso/IIi 
I»n>(siU» Sooimnt. 



Us £yV 



if tired Hep, A*/**i, 1 



Bsq.— Mas Agon); Unas™. Cans 1 



« Butt., roiUDcuth. "I 



h ' ] The Lincoln ehi re Regiment. [*; 

Formerly the 10th (North Lincolnshire) Regiment. 
-.f 3rd oliJ 4tli Battalions are formed of the North and South Lincoln Militia rrepectmlj.) 



mil l.H II 1. - 
t A ' -r' '■■> May 

JlbVji*. ■■ Sim.'i 
LuultnutCilnela.- 



!■ Nfllv.I Mil: s 



lt>snl ..f 8aie ■yieaaar.'KCB.Et 

<. 'I'.'.'r.M (j . 



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; l&Lii 



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> bo 1 ontbera Lmla 

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l.-i V I .V»rl* /.."»'- «■'■'■«»...) 
-■ Al.-b.1,«dUICt. U.A 1 4VU.\ , 

«-• PtKip-rl . .. J 

1. •i.iiibl) lirii-u Blake 



:;*■ Si jilitj, Wo»!ilof*| 

...'^FlWlMF, j 

[« Wotnilt LftDK 

■nte Heaimuiil Uumnlii. Adf I 
.■ F^k,i.„ll.jl r Vtl—lm ) 
1 1. Haniluni Hiatcron. JJj"'»"' ( 
: »k.-. .W. /^^J. J(.(.i«J J 

'-:■' mt William Ella*."!' - 

- ■.M_Hnli.crW.m™.""fS(tf iUfr»- J 

,' w : ! *.:aK-yCla°s - 
, H.a.r..„c I'alur.-* . . . 



rvf.G'atfrsI, 6 July 77; Gtwtral, 
l~ S7i i( iSOct. j8i Cajif. ■■■Sept. 63; Bijfi>, 
- Nov. S 9! Cujrf, 'jS April 64; Sl.Jfiijor, , Ootn; 
» { fVa(. »jM»y (Hj BrntlUtjwr, 1 Oet-77 i *•?*•, 
b j*',f *' 6 A P ril *«i C "J"- '» 0ct - *4i ».«•>, 

July «s 1= A] 
is May 67 st). 



1 



■ Dec. ti • 
19 April n, •>, 

1) A;.^. . 



In"" Z ' 

) Af'r.l ■ 



lord Robert Hami 



. Kingbam Day 
'elan Ua-Ua- n 



. iii roe Adituaiu. l»att, /-.'"rfcr ,,j 1 

U-.*lT t j6 May 81 i 

t «„!..- Latham Coi 

■ - ftamarl Wa 'er h..-: ird-i ip 
K.lm.iL.I Kredenc Uirb 
. lintlllb ilrant ..... 



■J Henry Philip Pet™ . 



1 1 :. . . - Charlai IJoyd 

> Arthur William Dewar ... 

■ .'"ho I'jpe Templar 

% Victjt Ipurge Halpb Jobnaon . .. 

> rrnii-r-ek Gerald Griffith! Unffla . 

. ici. 1 ParjMai-ell 

1 To omaa Jain»« Care) „ 



r 



. Paymatltrt.~ a Robert M'Intwh Nott, 1 Apr. 78 j Ewt.13Ian.bj; LI. 

1 ElliiRaraaay Relil.n Mar. 81: En. jFeb. 6g; LI. 8 ! 

■irtir Maitert.— 1 James Templet™. 17 Sept. 71 ; liaw. Capful*, 57 8 

1 Albert Clay, 30 Nov. 78. 
*/ Butt, rttwrwtdfrom Stwgapon, 17 April 1S77. | vwd Batt. retn 
Facingt Whit*.— Ag** 1 : Mosara. Cox and Co.— lriih Agtntt, Meai 



The Lincolnshire Regiment 247-8 

6 Edward of Saxe Weimar served the Eastern campaign of 1854 with the Grenadier Guards, including the 

f Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (wounded in the leg in the Trenches, 19th Oct., 

itioned in despatches (Aide de Camp to the Queen and Colonel, CB., Medal with four Clasps, Officer of the 

f Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

>r Whitla commanded a detachment of the xst Battalion 10th Regiment in the Perak River Expedition in 

I commanded the troops when a combined naval and military force attacked and captured two stockades 

guns (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

)r Huntley commanded a detachment of the 10th Regiment at the attack and capture of the Kapayan 

as, Sunghie Ujong, Malay Peninsula, in 1874. Also served throughout the Perak Expedition in 1875-76 

with Clasp). Proceeded to Sou^h Africa in November 1878, and served throughout the Zulu war of 

)t as Transport Officer to the aud Division in its advance to Ulundi, and afterwards as Senior Transport 

rith Baker Russell's Column (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

ain Elliott served with the 10th Regiment in the Perak Expedition in 1875, and was severely wounded at 

alt on the Malay Stockade of Passir Sala (Modal with Clasp). 

ain Warton served with tho 10th Regiment in the (Expedition into the Native State of Sunghie Ujong, 

eninsula, in 1874, and was present at the attack and capture of the Kapayan Stockades (Medal with 

•ain Paton served with the 10th Regiment throughout the Perak expedition against the Malays in 1875-76 

ted in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

tains Merrick and Lowth served with the zoth Regiment in the Perak Expedition in 1875, and were present 

combined Naval and Military force attacked and captured the Stockades and five guns at Passir Sala 

rith Chup). 

ain deHoghton served in the Ashanti war from the 17th December 1873, including the battle of Amoaful, 

id capture of Becquah, and advanced guard engagement at Jarbinbah (Medal with Clasp). Has been 

the Silver Medal of the Royal Humane Society; also its Gold Medal for the most distinguished act of the 

>• 



Continuation of Notes to the Norfolk Regiment. 

iel Probart served with the 95th Regiment in the Crimean campaign from the 24th Nov. 1854, including 
1 and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served witE 
Regiment during the Indian mutiny,— in Eastern Bengal against the Chittagong Mutineers, and in Lord 
ampaign in Oude in 1858-59 (Medal). 

lonel VV. Daunt served in the Crimea from 27th Nov. 1854, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and 
tn the Cemetery on the 18th June (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal), 
n the Afghan war in 1879-80 in command of the and Battalion 9th Regiment, and accompanied Brigadier 
Charles Gough in the advance to Cabul in December 1879. In July 1880 wus appuiuted to command a 
at Cabul with the rank of Brigadier General, which he held till the conclusion of the war (men turned in 
es, CB., Medal with Clasp). 

>lonel Knatchbull served with the 89th Regiment in the Crimea from the 15th December 1854, including 
and fall of Sebastopol, and attack of the 18th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish M^dai). 
lonel Vibart served in the Crimea from 16th Feb. 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assault 
smetery on the x8th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

r Morgan served in the Hazara campaign in 1868, including the expedition against the tribes on the 
•untain (Medal with Clasp). 

lonel Roberts served with the 49th Regiment in the Crimea from xst April 1855, including the siege and 
ebastopol, and assaults of the Redan on the x8th June and 8th Sept. (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish 

»ins Farley and Mitchell, Lieuts. Currie, Griffin, Phillips, Lombe, and Mayne served in the Jowaki 

1 of 1877-78 (Medal with Clasp). 

'.. Stragnan served in the Jowaki campaign of 1877-78 (Medal with Clasp). Served with the 9th Regi- 

he Afghan war of 1879-80 (part of the time as Acting Adjutant), and accompanied Brigadier General 

rough in his advance to Cabul in December 1879 (Medal with Clasp). 

. Shuckburgh served in the Jowaki campaign of 1877-78 (Medal with Clasp). Served as Adjutant of the 

lent in the Afghan war of 1879-80 (Medal). 



349 & taL.SteSsMtd.] The Devonshire Regiment. [S&SBE 

Formerly the nth (North Devonshire) Regimeni. 

(The 3rd ami 4II1 llattalions an formed of the 2nd and 1st Devon Militia respectively.) 
" Biluui r*" •■ Fxtiaaas " " Xitilli ""Niva - "Oitbbi" " TouLoma"" Pirami" "iNumujIirl 

ITMirfcijflaliail 'I 1 rum in llij .' H111 1 . TCJ1 TTiiiiiii " Mill j| IA. »i6 June^; Cap*.* °— 

i . , 1 d.'sS June SD ; Cblo.tl, sBKov. Hi Jf«j(f Otmiral, 10 Sept. 64 ; X«. On 

0ct-;7i Colo.fi nib Foot, j Feb. 7,. 
■n»M calOMla.-jWilIiaiuTajlorCotiie.iMi**, '7 

■■.rtb'xHi. ™e*™ s( iLT'liUylYi'Cttft. ■;aopt.BijJ<li^ r,aiKov.74t'-«V*'. 
■ 1 ■ ' Calami, 10 May So. 
, A. lam Smyth. E*ng*. 5 Feb. 5 B ; II.'iJ J0I7 sE ; Crrpl . 'si April6 3 j Afajer, 7 Mar. 77jLf.CW.-i, 
llj- Si. 

n William Green. Xtuigm, '„ No.. 57 ; LI. ».i Ibr.jg . Caj*. ' 9 Oct. 63 ; Br— it Major, 1 Oct. n ; 
.,,-. 31 <tct- 77 ; ZI.Loloxtl, 1 July Si. 



Sept. 64 i LI. O 

►ij June S S ; CW. 'jj Joljii ; *»>r, 
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9 Joly 59 '13 July 6. » 
11 Feb. 6c» S Jan. 64!* 
April 6t> : 9 Feb. 64 ' 

iB May 58 ' 1 Sept. 6j » 


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'ocl J ' 


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69 




.9 May b 

.July !i 
iJUy b 
iJolj li 
1 Jab/ li 


j June 59 'as April 63 


5 July 


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1 July f< 


juJune 03 'ji Aug. 66. 


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«Jan. Cj'toJuly 66' 


7 Mar. 








1 June t> >t Jan. 6;l 
9 May 6 t 'i,iUt. 6S. 


7 Mar. 

Mar. 


77 






oJune 6 


"•■ V...I 68. 


3 Jan. 


7') 




■ Bent. « 
1 Dec. 6 


':,,':..v 6s! 


6 Feb.' 


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6 Nov. 6 
. M... ■ 
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.Feb. 7* 


» May 69 

'*| Feb 1 " 3 
'*;t>ct ft] 


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5 Feb- 

S Jane 


1: 







Kurd D'Oylr ... 

! H a til : ■ ■ - I >1 . " . f . ' • '- 



• 1 l liiriek WUiamr.ne . 



• Koginald Huu K h I- - ■• 



, May ,8 
'May rf 



. !i Rojrinald John Hi 
. ]J>ayaMH(tr.— 1 Auu 



. , . 1 , ,-miealon thtougboal tt> 
jiaign to the&nefat 
■ ■;, ho&thSept. iSy.wk* 
■ ■■ ■; to England in ocefr 
... ivoro wound In than*! 
reived in the tmaal 
.-lupol while FMdCHal 
m . tie Right Attack tat* 
mat .SssTBe 



>*CTS 

erUaaaV 

iKuv js'lant f'.i"' '. b »"le of BalBBBtra, 
)May g„tlieri-].Hl- ' a aonie the nay aft* 



it In temporaiy I iiiiBiir* 

ion uuriagnporttoaat 

3 i3j.-55 {Medal wiia 

. (£ tJHlcexoi tin t^gini 

.ClOM of the MedjuUa, 



' Mr. BCBrdmoro.— For 



Facing White-— JfMi, M 

B India, 13 A/ril 1877. »it 
■eo Army Fay Departmen 



«&££!• ■—'l The Suffolk Regiment. [*"%$££££?"■ W 

Formerly tlie lath (East Suffolk) Regiment. 
iTlip 3rd and 4U1 Battalions are formed of the West Suffolk and the Cambridge Militia respectively. J 

"Mllljur" "QUUIUI" IhsCastlf, Key, uiil MoLto, jlfoafu /siyiuii Calpt. "anuolUfH" "Iim" 
._ . -*Naw Zimin""*FnniiT^iH tO-I.H" fl 



as?;_.. 

LituUnant Caluell.— i (Sootho 1 
llaitr,'*} Jum 65 ; j™( tin 

Ch»r!eiJotelruCijcilSillBi7,JJiif. n J; t,. 5-1 ; 
t'afaarl, 1 Oct. 77 ; £f .Colour', 1 July 3i ; (Mi 

William Cooke o'f" 

5 Jaly 73 i M'vor, 



Au«. v ■ "'■■' 



duller lVulker. 1 Enn'0,1. 14 April ,6; £(, t 



i (.I.e.! ■;.. , i July . r . 1 ...'.in ,', ] 1 >i-t. 

SlulUKh »«.•>)■." Emiy*. »i6 June ;, ; /.(. 3 A UK. 55 ; >'•')''- 'iti St'pl. ;o 
. , Aur. ;. , «i-«.w /,.■.,/,...,./ ( ■,,.„,,'. j rfiiv :-., ; "/'.< ! ■..'.,.„', 1 J.iiv Si. 
linker, Commo*-la*i ■■/ ilu,- r r, i„ f .„, . (;„,,,,,, - ,i,, r ,. ,s ; £r. ' 9 July . 



5 ii!^ 



CaMa,ao 



Henry liacnvijur Lofrry' ... , 

William 1 r.-d-.' cli'ld .'• Mair" 
Henry Jam Will.aiu Thill. p.' „ 



» Kdiraru H.rr.. 



UeorcoJatDoaG-irJuo, 


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1 >-•;.:«, 


p.i.c. Cbarlea Henry UarOner 
1 fu-i—l /»«»■». *^« Idaa 


atyataai 1 




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j.i.r. John 0. H/ibervm 
Manfred J vim Unwyor 


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ml Tcomim Kilwarrt IhMrte 
Is.Kurhi Hulf.i. U.uJoll 
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Arthur Faulco 

■ . . ; 1 ■■ : 

Henry Evelyn Tumi* 



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Jama Outran) 8wub Kaj rei 



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Mar 78 




Apr. 7* 




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ijll of Delhi (surer 

i.Iiiik ropulto of a 

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Ssj . afterwords iiroBi 



1 j i.r.l July 
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U .3 Dee. 61; CM. » liar. 75. 

. £Wya,i4 Nov. 61; if.t7Bept.64i Cajrf. »j May 77. 



1 William Noma. » Hnw Si 
J..,.,, .. u.w, - j„.„. «™i, iiuiaiulCa. 
tnAali .--io-M j-— 1.4* „ H^trmbtr 1876. !>•»*. Bun K.jUwnaa, 
«•»* *«//. ntuvtdjbe* .-../u,, Jj.ui, 1B7B. Dtp«t. B-17 »t- B*m»a«U. 



251 The Suffolk Regiment. 

7 Lt.Colonel Pearson served in the 84th Regt. throughout the operations of the Column under Havelock. including 
the actions of Futtehpore, Aoung, Pandoo Nuddoc, Cawnporo (wounded), Oonao, Busccrnt Gunge (first and second), 
Boorbcake Chowkce, Bithoor, Mungawnr, and Alum Bagh, relief of Lucknow, commanded a Company of the 84th 
Begt. in the sortie of 26th Sept. 1857, and at the storming of the Him Kanah; served with Outriin/s Perce at tbe 
Alum Bagh, alho at the assault and capture of Lucknow, relief of Aaimghur, and pursuit of Koer Singh (Medal and 
two Clasps, and a year's service). Served in the Afghan war of 1878 -80, iirst as D. A. Q. M. General in ci>mn.and 
Of the signallers with Sir Samuel Browne's Division, with which he was present ut the capture of Ali ilurjid; 
afterwards os Brigade Major to Brigadier General Doran's Brigade, being preeent at the affairs at Kain Daks and 
Besud (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 

• Major Lowry served duriug the New Zealand war of 1860-61 (Medal). 

• Major Mair served throughout the New Zealand war of 1860-61, including the capture of tl.o Pah.* at Kibihi, 
capture of Matarikoriko, relief and repulse of the night attack on No. 3 Redoubt, action of Hnirauifi. nuil t-kirniith 
in front of Te Arci. Served during the first part of the Waikato cam]iaign ( also as Adjutant of iLe Jr'iyiug Coiuiui 
during the war of 1863 64 (Medal). 

11 Major Phillips served with the 12th Regiment throughout the New Zealand war of 1863-66, and was procut 
with the storming party at the capture of Rangiriri on the 20th Nov. 1863 (Medal). 




Continuation of Notes to Prince Albert's Light Infantry (Somersetshire R:jt.). 

I Lord Mark Kerr commanded the 13th Light Infantry in the Crimea from the 30th June 1855, and was at th« 

battle of the Tchcrnaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class of the Medji* 
j,_v .. ... .-. . _ . ^ _ ..... ■.on.xcaiuw 

Laanked L? 
loimidal'ie 

opposit on"). Commanded the Battalion in the escort of alarge convoy of stores and ammunition into the gnm*H| 
of Azimghur on 9th April and the subsequent pursuit of Koer Sing's army on 14th April ; crossed the Guii^biLu 
took command of the field loico in the Shahabad District. Commanded ihe field force of Artillery CuYairj and 
Infantry in the attack on and retreat from the Fort of Jugdespore (wounded;. Commanded the Battalion it us 
Trans-Gogra campaign, including the action at Toolseporo and during December and in January ifc'59» in the pur- 
suit of rebels (Medal). 

* Lt.Colonel England served in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1858, and was present at the actions at Amoraa 
on the 17th and 25th April (Medal). Served in the operations against Sekukuni in the Transvaal in 1878, including 
the storming of Tolyana's Stadt; also throughout the Zulu war of 1879, taking part in the engagements at Zunpn 
Nek and Kambula Hill, and, in command of the 1st Battalion, in the action at Ulundi (mentioned in despatches 
Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

* Lt.Colonel Lcet served in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1858-59, and *as present in the actions at Amorao 
on the 17th and 25th April 1859, as Orderly Officer to Colonel Cox; at Nuggur as Staff Officer to the Field Fune; 
and at Amorah on the gth June. Served as Adjutant of the 13th Light 1 utantry in the attack on and rttieat iani 
the Fort of Jugdespore (several times specially mentioned in General Orders) ; in the Trnnsgogra operation*, 
including the engagement at Toolsepore ; and in the operations in Tirhoot and the Ncpaul Terai, including the two 
engagements at Bootwall (Medal). Served in the operations against Sekukuni in 1878, and with Wood a Flying 
Column in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engagement at Zungin Nek. Commanded " Wood's Irregu- 
lars" (two battalions) at the storming of the strongholds in the intombi Hills (mentioned in despatches), and inii* 
engagement at Zlobano Mountain— horse shot under him (mentioned in Colonel Wood's and Colonel Bulitf* 
reports), and commanded the redoubt in front of the position at Kambula ^mentioned in Colonel Buller's report. 
Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Victoria Cross, Medal with Clasp). , 

• Major Cox served in the Indian campaign, and was present in the two actions at Amorah on 17th. and 
35th April 1 858, in the first of which he commanded the Skirmishers in a successful attack on the enemy's left(Medalj. 
Served in the operations against Sekukuni in 1878, and preeent at the storming of Tolyana'a Staot. fc-er\edi« 
Wood's Column in the Zulu war of 1879, and present in the engagements at Zungin Nek ana Kambula— seraw 
wounded (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). _ 

• Major Ethelston served in the 68th Light Infantry at the siege and fall of Sebastopol in 1855 (Medal *■* 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

10 Major Persse served with the 13th Light Infantry during the operations against Sekukuni in the TranffW 
in 1878, including the storming of Tolyana s Stadt. Served also throughout the Zulu war of 1879, and was pitta* 
at the engagements at Zungin Nek, Kambula Hill (wounded), and Ulundi (Brevet of Major, Medal with Ci*ap). 

II Captain Parr served during the Kafir war of 1877 as Colonial Military Secretary to the Cape Government, •*» 
was employed to inspect and report on the Colonial Forces. On the outbreak of the Zulu war he served as Assistant 
Staff Officer to Colonel Glyn's Column. Afterwards as Military Secretary to the Higa Commissioner (serertl 
times mentioned iu the despatches of his Excellency Sir Bartle Frcre, Medal w;th Clasp, C2IO.). 

u Major Kinloch, Captains Evans and Thurlow, Lieutenants Lovinge and Pollock served m the operations again* 
Sekukuni in the Transvaal in 1878; also throughout the Zulu war of 1879, and weie present in the engagement* 
at Zungin Nek, Kambula Hill, and Uiundi (Medal with Clasp). 

11 Captains Waddy, Fowucs, Gallwey, and Clark, Lieutenants Poynton, Williams, and Payne served in tbt 
operations against Sekukuni in the Transvaal in 1878, including the storming of Tolyana's Stadt ; also throughout 
the Zulu war of 1879— Lieut. Gallwey us Adjutant of the 1st Battalion— and were present in the engagement* of 
Zungin Nek, Kambula Hill, and Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). 

14 Captain Otway and Lieutenant Allen served in the operations against Sekukuni in the Transvaal in 187*. 
including the storming of Tolyana's stadt; also throughout the Zulu war of 1879, and were present in taf 
engagement at Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). 

'* Captain Bradshaw served as Adjutant of the 1st Battalion in the operations against Sekukuni in the Trans**** 
in 1878, including the storming of Tolyana's Stadt. Was appointed to survey roads from the Transvaal to Zola* 
land. Served in the Zulu war of 1879 as Assistant Director of Transport m W r ood's Flying Column, and **• 
present in the engagement at Zungin Nek (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

14 Captain Justice and Lieut. Hillas served in the Zulu war of 1879, and were present in the engagemest 
at Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). 

" Lieut. Townsend served in the operations against Sekukuni in the Transvaal in 1878 ; also in the Zulu war of 
1879, and was present in the engagements of Zungin Nek, Kambula, and Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). 

*» Lieut Walsh served with the Mounted Infantry in the operations against Sekukuni in the Transvaal in i$7* 
including the storming of Tolyana's Stadt; also throughout the Zulu war of 1879, anu was present in the engag* 
jients at Kambula Hill and Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). 

19 Lieut. Wilbraham served in tho operations against Sekukuni in the Transvaal in 1878 ; also throughout tbe 
Zulu war of 1879, and was presont in the engagement at Kambula Hill (Medal with Clasp). 

*° Lieut. Lovctt served throughout the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engagements at Zungin ><* 
and Kambula Hill (Medal with Clasp). . ! 

11 Lieut. West served throughout the Zulu war of 1879, and wa8 pxosent in the engagements at Zungin >* 
Kambula, Hill, and Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). 
** JLieut. Snow served in the Zulu, war of 1879 (Medal with Clasp). 



t Batt., Devoaport. 
dBatt.,"" 



Prince Albert's (Somersetshire Light Infantry). 252 

-i Formerly the i$th (1st Somersetshire) Prince [Regimental District 

I Albert's Liqht Infantry. Lno. x 3 .-Taunton, 

(The 3rd and 4th Battalions are formed of the 1st and 2nd Somerset Militia respectively.) 

"Egypt" (with the Sphinx). "Mabthtiqub" "Ava" " A*7Ghawistaw" "Ghuzwbb." 
: — — . A Mural Crown, superscribed " Jbllalabad " "Cabool 1842" " Sevastopol " " South Amiga." 

**" S * r * C olonel.— Lord Mark Kerr, 1 KCB. Ensign, p i9 June 35 ; Lieu*. p 14 Sept 38; Captain, '26 Juno 40; Major, 25 
July 51 ; Lt. Colonel, *y> Dec. 53 ; Colonel, 28 Nov. 54 ; Major General, 6 March 68; Lieutenant General, 13 
July 76; General, 11 Nov. 78 ; Colonel i^th Light Infantry, 22 Feb. 80. 
Lieutenant Colonels.— 2 Philip Edward Victor Gilbert,* CB. Ensign, p i3 Jan. 54; Lt. 26 Juno 55; Copt+ 

23 Mar. 61 ; Bt. Major, 1 Apr. 74 ; Major, 24 Mar. 75 ; Lt.Colonel, i May 78. 
1 p.s.c. Edward Lutwycho England,* Ens. 6 July 55 ; Lt. 7 April 58 ; Capt. p 8 Jan. 64 ; Bt. Major, 1 Oct. 77 ; 
Major, 23 Jan. 78 ; Bt. Lt.Colonel, 29 Nov. 79 ; Lt.Colonel, 8 May 80. 

1 Y€ William Knox Leet, 5 Ensign, 4 July 55; Lt. p i Feb. 56; Capt. '4 Nov. 64; Bt. Major, 1 Oct. 77; 
Major, 1 May 78 ; Bt. Lt.Colonel, 29 Nov. 79 ; Lt.Colonel, 1 July 81. 

2 Thomas Alphonso Cary, Ensign, 13 May 59; Lt. 11 April 62; Capt. 23 Mar. 66; Bt. Major, 31 Doc. 78; 
Major, 27 Mar. 80; Lieutenant Colonel, 1 July 81. 



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Major*. 

Irving Stoning Alllrey 7 

William Cox* 

Edmund Peel Ethelston* 

Dudley Thomas Persso 10 

George Hibbert Anchito Kinloch 1 * 

William Charles Fred. Maddon 

Robert Stuart Clarke, Adjutant 4th Bat 

talion (2 Somerset Militia)... % 

John Francis Bellis 

Captaiks. 

John James Ross 

William Hunter Evans 1 * 

Bryan Bristow Twyne, Adjutant 3 

Somersetshire Rifie Volunteers 

Henry Hallam Parr. 11 CMG 

Hugh Hovell'fhurlow 1 * 

John Miller Elgoe Waddy 1 * 

RolMirt Cooke Otway 14 

Fred.Waltcr Spencer-Stanhope 

Frank Boyd Brad*haw li 

p.s.e. Richard Cooper 

Arthur Close Borton, Aide de Camp to 

Sir Arthur Borton 

Edward John Fownes 1 * 

Edmond Joseph Gallwey 1 * 

Francis James Justice 16 

Edmund William Clark 1 * 

Pierce Edward Hughes 

LlBUTBHAXTS. 

Bryan Palmes 

Richard Arthur Herbert Townsend 17 ... 
Edward Morris Poynten, 1 * Instructor qf~) 

Musketry 1 May 81 i 

Honry Alfred Walsh, 1 * Adjutant 26Fob.8o 
Reginald Levinge, 1 * Lieut. Instructor) 

School of Musketry $ 

Arthur George Wilbrahara 19 

Anthony Lumb, Adjutant 3 Apr. 78 

Raymond Burlton Williams 1 * 

Arthur Williamson Alsager Pollock 1 * 

Richard Lloyd Payne 1 * 

John Constantino Allen 14 

Robert Poole Hooper 

Henry Gillon 

Arthur Henry Louis Bfifzot, Aide de Camp ) 

to the Governor 0/ Madras j 

Gabriel Goodman Walter Hay ward 

Alfred Bassett Pritchard, Interpreter 

Henr^' Thomas Shubrick, Instructor oj ") 

Musketry 1 Dec. 80 ) 

Edmund James Peach Warden 

Charles Warren Napier 

George Henry Holbeche Couchman 

William Percy Cunningham 

Henry Templer 

Courtney Heath cote Stisted 

Gaston Bouverio Unwin 

Herbert Rhys Lloyd 

Henry Wilson Lovett* 

Joun William Henry West* 1 

Robert William Goodwin Hillas 1 * 

Alexander Clement O'Donnell 

Thomas D'Oyly Snow** 

Robert Edwin Corbett 

Leonard Wilkinson Cleveland Kerrich ... 

William Charles Cox 

Charles Blakewav Little 

Everard Ernest Hanbury 



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p 29 July 
2 July 

p 2 4 Aug. 

29 May 

6 Nov. 

"28 Dec. 



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55 
54 
58 
60 
60 



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CAPTAIK. 



25 June 58 

p 3 July 60 

p 10 June 62 

16 Feb. 64 

p 25 July 65 

p 8 Sept. 65 

4 Dec. 66 



p n Jan. 
p 9 Mar. 

9 Jan. 

8 July 

8 July 6o 

p 24 July 69 



67 
67 
68 
68 



8 Feb. 
p 6 July 
p i 7 Aug. 
p 27 Aug. 
p i2 Nov. 



70 
70 
70 
70 
30 



30 Jan. 78 

30 Jan. 7S 

1 May 78 

n May 78 

11 May 78 

1 May 78 

1 May 78 

25 May 78 

7 Aug. 78 

21 AUg. 78 

21 Aug. 78 
14 Sept. 78 

5 Oct. 78 

22 Jan. 79 
22 Jan. 79 

22 Jan. 79 
11 Aug. 80 

23 Oct. 80 



16 April 

8 Jan. 

9 Feb. 
p i8 Sept. 
p 8 Oct. 
p 3o June 

p 4 Juno 

9 8 Jan. 

p 8 May 
p i8 April 

p i4 July 

p 3o Oct. 
p io Nov. 
p 24 Nov. 
p 6 July 
p 12 Nov. 

28 Oct. 

28 Oct. 



Paymasters.' 



58 p 21 Aug. 
58 1 p 9 Mar. 
55 p i5May 
60 p 7 Aug. 
6r p i8Nov. 



66 
67 
66 
67 
68 



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6x1 ?9-Aug. 74 

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18 Sept. 
29 Nov. 
31 Dec. 
29 Nov. 



79 

79 

78 1 

79 



67 
67 

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Dec. 



75 
75 



23 Jan. 78 

69 23 Jan. 78 

69 1 31 Mar. 78 

69 10 Apr. 78 
69 1 1 May 78 

70 11 May 78 

71 



28 Oct. 71 

28 Oct. 
28 Oct. 
28 Oct. 
28 Oct. 
28 Oct. 



xo Jan. 
8 June 

12 Nor. 73! 



71 
7» 
71 
71 
71 

71 
73 



8 May 
1 Dec. 
x July 
1 July 
1 July 
1 July 

x July 

1 July 



80 
80 
81 
81 
81 
81 

8t 

82 



28 Fob. 
2 Dec. 

11 Feb. 

12 Fob. 

13 June 
20 Nov. 

5 Jan. 
28 April 

6 Sept. 
6 Sept. 

11 Fob. 

12 Feb. 
11 Nov. 



74 1 

74 

75 
75 
74 

75 

76, 

76 
7* 

77 

77 
78 



8 June 79! 



15 July 

26 Fob. 

20 Mar. 

6 April 

20 July 

20 Nov. 

1 July 

1 July 

1 July 

1 July 

1 July 

1 July 

1 July 

1 July 

1 July 

1 July 

1 July 

22 Oct. 



79 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 



78 

30 Oct. 78 
14 Dec. 78 

9 Jan. 79 

8 June 79 
26 Feb. 80 
20 Mar. 80 
20 July 80 

1 Dec. 80 

* Lt. Colonel Gilbert served in the 
Crimea from 30th June 1855, includ- 
ing the battle of the Tchernaya, siege 
and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served 
in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, 
and was present at the relief of 
Azimghur and the subsequent ope- 
rations in that district ; also in the 
actions at Amorah. Jugdespore, 
Doomureahgunge. Toolsepore (men- 
tioned in despatches), and the ope- 
rations under Colonel Kelly in Tir- 
hoot and the Terai, including the 
action at Bootwab (Modal). Served 
in command of the 1st Battalion of 
the 13th Light Infantry during the 
operations against Sckukuni in the 
Transvaal in 1878, including the 
storming of Tolyana's Stadt. Com- 
manded the battalion in the opera- 
tions of Wood's Flying Column in 
the first part of the Zulu war of 1879, 
taking part in the engagements at 
Zungin Nek andKambula Hill (men- 
tioned in despatches, CB., Medal 
with Clasp). 

7 Major Allfrey served with the 6th 
Regt. in the Indian campaign in 1858, 
including the operations in the Jug- 
despore Jungle (Medal). 

[For remainder of Notes see preced- 
ing page. 



Quarter Matters. — 9 Robert Matheson, 7 July 75. 

x Frank Sturt, 1 Nov. 79. 
Facings Blue.— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co.— Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane and Sons. 
\sl Battalion embarked for Gibraltar, 14 June 1867. DepSt, Newport, Mowmouik. 
»nd Battalion embarked for Malta, 27 July 1877. DepCt % Newport , Moamontk. 



The Prince of Wales' Own (West Yorkshire Heglment). 

it.. Portland. "I Formerly the 14th (Httckinghamthire — rs^taat 

uL.s<md UU .,B«> ( »i J yfa y r i„ C£ „f Waiei' Own) Regiment. L»»- m.- 

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The Prince of Wales* Own (West Yorkshire Regiment). 253a 

»1 HeylAnd served with the 95th Regt. in the Eastern Campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of 
rarely wounded— arm amputated), siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Lt. 
72?., Sardinian and Turkish Medals. 4th Class of the Medjidie). 
el Warren served in the Crimea from 10th Jan. 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol and 

the 18th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal), 
el Drew served in the Afghan war ot 1878-70, and was present in the engagement in the Koorura 

the a8th November, 1878, and in command of the ist Brigade at the oapture of the Peiwar Kotal on the 
mber. Commanded the same Brigade in the operations in the Hariab and Khost Valleys, including 
or engagements (mentioned in Major General Roberts's despatches. Medal with Clasp), 
lonel T. P. Cosby served in the Crimea from 10th Jan. 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, 
lit of the 1 8th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

onel Saunders served in the Crimean campaign from 10th Jan. 1855 with the 14th Regiment, including 
and fall of Sebastopol and assault of the x8th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal) . Served in the 
ng the Maori war of 1860-61 (Medal) . 

onel Le Mesurier served with the 14th Regiment in the Crimean campaign from 13th Aug. 1855, including 
and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal) . 

' F. W. Harington served in the New Zealand war of 1863-65, including the actions of Xohewa and Gate 
al). 
ain Card en.— For War Services, see Army Pay Department. 



Continuation of Notes to the Bast Yorkshire Regiment. 

illiam M'Murdo served as Assistant Quarter Master General of the Army under Sir Charles Napier during 
aign in Scinde in 1843 (Medal), and was present at the battle of Meeanee— in which his horse was shot 
n— affair with the enemy while conducting Major Stack's Brigade from Muttaree to form a junction 
Charles Napier's force at Hydrabad ; and battle of Hydrabad, where he received a sabre wound in the 
ist. He again served as Assist. Quarter Master General to Sir Charles Napier during the campaign 
he Mountain and Desert Tribes situated on the right bank of the Indus, early in 1845. Served aa 
Adjutant General Queen's Troops under Sir Charles Napier in 1851-53 in the Expedition against the 
», including the forcing of the Kohat Pass (Medal). Served in the Eastern campaign as Director General 
nsport Corps (Medal Kith Clasp for Sebastopol, Officer of the Legion of Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, 
ish Medal). 

lonel Hallowes served with Brigadier General Gough's Brigade in the Afghan war of 1870-80, and was 
iring the march to and subsequent occupation of Cabul, and in tne operations at Jugdulluck (mentioned 
3hes, Medal with Clasp). 

Dundas was awarded the Silver Medal of the Royal Humane Society in February 1865 for saving the lives 
.rines at Gibraltar. 

n Knott served with the Rifle Brigade during the Indian Mutiny campaign of 1857-59, and was present 
Ions of Cawnpore, siege and capture of Lucknow, battle of Nawabgunge, taking of Fort Oomerea, and 
it operations in the Oude campaign (Medal with Clasp). Served in India in the North- West Frontier 
of 1863, and was present at the action of Shubkuddir (Medal with Clasp). 
In Mellor served with the 33rd Regiment in the Abyssinian campaign of 2867-68 (Medal), 
in Barr. — For War Services, see Army Pay Department. 



taZl&Sv.] Ihe East Yorkshire Kctfm-ant. [5j*£ 

Formerly the i$th {Yorkshire Hast Riding) Regiment. 
_(The 3rd Battalion is formrd of the Kast York Jtiliti.i ; tlie 4th Battalion is not yet formed.) 
" MiiiiiKjci " "Gdidilouh" " A ran mini 11, .870-S0." 
■oloacl.— Sir William Mnntauii Scott 11'Munio.i ICB. Eni,*. , July 37: Lint, s Jan. ..j (Wri., 
Brfrrt M,i/„r, .Sfrjb. 4 B; Brnrt Lt.Colwl, a. Oct. -t; (- U rW(. ,8 Not. S4, ATaier ffemraj, 
i: Lin(n«fOnrrar,iaFcb.;6j Ofurat. » May 7B 1 Cofo.ff i S tb Foot. i\ Aug: jj. 
.K-Mt.s . ;. 1 Colootla.-i William Swrljc. £«jiVn. >• = ] Mar. jj ; Z(. f !7 May s 6 ; Cin*. *i; Jalr 6tp; Jfsior, 
M ADril JI J «'■£(. r o ; .,l p IO Aug. ,S ; LI. Celmtl, 1 July El 

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J The Bedfordshire Regime*. [*!\Tt 

Formerly the i6lh (The Bedfordshire) Regiment. 
(The 3rd and 4th Battalions are formed of the Bedford and Hertford Militia respectively.) 



■^^iCelonel.— $88 George Macdonald, 1 Eneign, 5 Sept. 05 



ill 



{{■HI F 3x Aug. 30; Lt. Co Ion el, 10 Jan. 37; CoJoiw/, 11 Nov. 



Lt. 25 July 06; Capt. 17 
51 ; Major General, 7 Sept. 



Aug. 15; Major, 
55; Lieut. General, 



^L. 29 Jaa. w 63 ; General, 25 Oct. 71 ; Colonel 16th Foot, 13 Feb. 63. 
... [Lieutenant Colonel*.— 2 Alfred William Adcock, En*. '17 Dec. 52 ; Lt. 4 May 55 ; Capt. 17 Nov. 63 ; Major, 

I 22 June 74 ; Lt. Colonel, 2 July 79. 
... 1 Charles James Horne, Eneign, 27 Feb. 58 ; Lt. '31 May 59 ; Capt. 9 31 Jan. 65 ; Major, 10 Oct. 74 ; Lt.Colonel, 

10 Oct. 79. 
... ;2 Robert Wm. May Wetherell, Eneign, 15 April 58 ; Z<. p 
76 ; ZtiKfonaBt Colonel, 1 July 81. 



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Cap/. p i May 67 ; if a/. 12 Apr. 79 ; Lt.Col. 1 July 81. 



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Majobs. 

z Richard Wood Robinson 

p.*.e. Reginald Laurence Herbert Curteis, \ 
Deputy Ateietant Adjutant General ... $ 

2 Henry John Cholmeley 

1 John Lloyd Price 

... 2 Granville Vernon, Adj. sth Batt. King'* \ 

I Royal Bpfe* {Huntingdon Militia) j 

7 /» \P-'c- G. L. Le Mesurier Taylor, Qarriton > 

Instructor, Poona $ 

Hiilyard H. Angus Cameron 

William Samuel Whittuck, Adjutant \ 

3 rd Battalion (Bedford Militia) ) 

p.i.c. Alex. Martin Paterson,* Brigade') 

Major, Strait* Settlements J | 

Arthur Grey Duberly '29 Dec. 

Francis Wilmot 4 | p 3 Aug. 

Captains. 



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Edmund Hill Wickham p 

Henry Herman Napier Martin 

Frederick John Harden 

William Henry Young 

Francis Fawkes Johnstone 

George Dalryraple More Nisbett 

Justice Chapman Tilly 

William Henry Riddell 

Charles James John Butler 

Frederick Williams Beoher, Adjutant \ 
4 tk Battalion (Hertford Militia) ) 

Edward Croft Murray 

Laurence Carrington Grubbe 

Robert Mercer Barry 

William Aldworth 

James Archibald C&mpbe\\,at Stqf College 

Clavell Freeland Filliter* 

Lixursir Aires. 

Alfred Robert Lloyd 

George Herbert Tayler Swinton, In*t. ) 
ofMuek. 15 Jan. 79 S 

Frederic George Mawer 

Wentworth Odiarne Cavenagh, Adju- 
tant 12 Apr. 79 

Wilford Laurence Child, Adj. x July 81 

Affleck Alexander Fraser 

George John Ninian Logan-Home 

James Cecil Balfour Craster 

Charles Gustavus W.Edwardes Edwardes 

Charles Du Plat Richardson-Griffiths, 
Interpreter 

JulianM. Schreiber, Inet.ofM u*h. 1 5N0V. 80 

John Stanley Lightfoot 

Thomas Hammond 

Robert FitzRoy Maclean Johnstone . 

x Charles Edward Stuckey Lean 

a Charles Moorehead Hamilton 

2 Reginald Dennis Burlton 

a Edward Duroure Pickard-Cambridge 

Frank Oswald 

Alexander Dingwall Fordyce 

Launcelot Croasdaile 

Warden Flood 

Henry Tufton Godden 

Rogers Lyons Cowper-Coles 

Francis Cecil Hamilton 

Claude Cambridge Tennant 

George Hastings Butcher 

Henry George Sutton 

Percy Balderston Vaughan 

Theodore Longridge 

Henry Charles Edward Cave 

Harry Seymour Hazelgrove 

Henry Gerard Burton 

Vernon Eliott Russell 

Faymaetere. — 2 



x May 
9 Jan. 



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p 2o June 
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30 Dec. 



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xi May 
14 Sept. 

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22 Jan. 
22 Jan. 
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9 Aug. 

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2 Dec. 

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p 1 Oct. 

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19 Mar. 
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22 June 76 

25 Aug. 76 

30 Dec. 76 

xo Sept. 77 

9 Mar. 79 
30 Apr. 
19 June 

2 July 

10 Oct. 



79 
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22 June 

23 June 
x Dec. 

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29 June 
21 Sept. 



79 

80 
80 
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10 Oct. 

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1 July 

1 July 
1 July 
1 July 

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28 Feb. 
9 Mar. 

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xa April 

30 April 
6 June 

19 June 
2 July 

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1 Dec. 

29 Apr. 
29 June 

1 July 
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x 
Quarter Matter*.— 1 John Mullin, 6 Sept. 73. 

2 Daniel M'Cartney, 20 July 67 ; Hon. Captain, 
I 1 July 81. 

Facing* White.— Agent, V. W. Holt, Esq. 
i*t Battalion returned from Nova 8eotia t 10 Feb. 1870. 2nd Battalion embarked for India, 3 Feb. 1876. 



1 General Macdonald accompanied 
the expedition to Hanover in 1805 ; 
joined the Army in Sicily in 1806, and 
was employed with it in its various 
operations until 1810; in the latter 
year he went with the expedition to 
Naples, and was present at the cap- 
ture of Ischia and Procida ; returned 
to Sicily and employed against the 
French Army in x8xx; in 1812 was 
employed in Spain, including the 
battle of Castalla, and siege of Tar- 
ragona; embarked for Canada in 
18 14, and was present at the opera" 
tions before Plattsburg. He served 
also the campaign of 181 5, and re- 
ceived three wounds at Waterloo, 
vis., in the leg, in the neck, and 
through the body, wounding the 
lungs. 

* Major Paterson served as Deputy 
Assistant Quarter Master General 
at Durban during the latter part of 
the Zulu war of 1879 (Medal). 

4 Major Wilmot served with the 
33rd Regiment throughout the Abys- 
sinian campaign of 1867-68, and waa 
present at the storming and capture 
of Magdala (Medal). 

* Captain Filliter served throughout 
the Ashanti war of 1873-74. Was sent 
as Special Commissioner to King 
Solomon of Domonassie and raised 
over 500 Native Levies, and com- 
manded a portion of them in the en- 
gagements of the 27th Oot, (slightly 
wounded) and 3rd November near 
Dunquah. On the arrival of the 
European Troops was appointed 
Transport Officer to the Rifle Bri- 
gade ; and,from arrival at Fommanah 
acted as Adjutant of the 2nd West 
India Regiment (Medal with Clasp). 



HL 



] The Leicesterehire Regfmont. [5?!7^££! 

Formerly the ljt/i (Leicestershire) Regiment, 
(The 3rd Battalion is formed of the Leice.-atershirc Militia ; the 4th Battalion is not yet forme 
ITudooiih" (with the Royal Tiger). " ArrOHHisTm " "Gut/ran" "Khilii" "Biiunni' 

Oolon el.— Richard William Ponn. -Karl Howe.' CB. Ev.i h. 'i t JoIyjS; Zl. * <W. »» Apr. 

Jtunrr =s May <.;; Capt. i Lt.C0la.1t, no Jone 54; Cefenwl, 17 NOT. 571 ltajor Oimml,6 X 
Litni.Qriirr.il, \ Oct. 77 : Onrral, 16 Starch So, a>Io«l 17th Foot. 15 Jnne« 



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Stuart Lloyd Rtrharda 

Chr>«uf>r.i'r M ■!■> " IBM, Slotwn *«/■ I 
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Arthur Henry Weniwortli Matwrnh 

Cha- ■- i-:-:' w -iJimMoir".. . 

John Horere CUrlea Michel" 

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Iiod.cy Carleton 

' -meimnit Robert* 

liobard s.-nit,A.(,. 13 May! 
Robertson Hyalop" 



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pii T.cm.oa Harriett , 

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LuKUf-iU" Vowell . 



■■■.;: s> A. 'ill- '1 ■ 

William Loclto 1.. ran 

Oeorgi Alfred Hulkis* 



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flsjaiifiil 1 Gcuntt Henry Torner," «> Bept 

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[he Indian campaign of " ' " 
defence of the Knmaon 
RohileundlDCtodiDSthaaflkfaaaBr 
dwanee and Bnhalree, and asts» 
Churpoornh (contused) 1 ths mcb* : 
Oude earapalcn, and iM Bets' Oaael 
Dorps In Central ituiia nt is n l I 
SoTTcd with the 



[ in despatches, Ksial «* 

). Served with the .jte Isji 

in tho Afghan war of ilft-fli 

and waa present at the anrMl 
nt Fmtehabad (inert Hartal a •> 
epatch. Brant of Major, Medal). 
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iSiS-ra with the i« 
foot in the aTrjeer 
d waa nrsasnt at M 



Jubwj* WMte.— Aenri.Hesm. Col 

lit Ball. t^barUiftr ;«to,i>*k 
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'11 Mar. 59; Ckotf. i April w. 



The Leice8ter87iire Regiment. 257 

1 Earl Howe served as Aide de Camp to Sir George Gathcart in the Kaffir war in 1852-53 (Medal), for which ser- 
rioe he was promoted to the Brevet rank of Major. Served at the siege of Delhi in 1857, as Acting Quarter Master 
General of the Queen's Troops (Colonel, OB., Medal with Clasp). 

* Colonel Tompson served with the 17th Regiment in the Crimea from the 7th Feb. 1855, including the siege and 
all of Sebastopol and assaults of the Redan on the 18th June and 8th Sept. — dangerously wounded (mentioned 
n despatches. Medal with Clasp, Turkish Medal, and Knight of the Legion of Honor). Commanded the 1st Battalion 
jSh Regiment in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and was present at the capture of Ali Musjid and in the expeditions 
nto the Basar Valley (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with Clasp). 

* Colonel Utterson served with the 17th Regiment in the Crimea from the nth July 1855, including the siege and 
ill of Sebastopol, and assault of the Redan on the 8th September ; was also at the bombardment and surrender of 
Bnbourn (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served with the 17th Regiment in the Afghan war in 1878-799 
Ad was present at the capture of Ali Musjid and in the expeditions into the "Baiar Valley, including the engage- 
sent at Deh Sarak (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

1 Lt.Colonel C. M'Pherson served with the 17th Regiment in the Crimea from the z6th Dec. 1854, including the 
lege and fall of 8ebastopol and assaults of the Redan on the z8th Juno and 8th Sept.; was also at the bombard- 
aent and surrender of Kinbourn (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

* LL Colonel Travers served with the 17th Regiment in the Crimea from the 17th Feb. 1855, including the siege 
if Sebastopol, the assaults of the Redan on the 18th June (mentioned in Lord West's despatch for " gallant 
oaduct ") and 8th Sept. ; was also at the bombardment and surrender of Kinbourn (Medal with Clasp, Knight of 
the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served with the 17th Regiment in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was 
pneent at the capture of Ali Musjid ; was Aide de Camp to Brigadier General Maopherson from 17th November 
tftrlto lath June 1870, afterwards General Transport Officer to the Koorum Valley Field Force, and subsequently 
Geaeral Transport Officer to the Khyber Line (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

■» Major Creagh served with the 86th Regiment in the Central India Field Force in 1858, and was present it 
As battle before and at the capture of the town and fortress of Gwalior (Medal with Clasp). 

m Captain Moir served with the 17th Regiment in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and was present at the capture of 
AH Musjid and in the second expedition into the Basar Valley. Was Brigade Transport Officer and subsequently 
General Transport Officer in the Koorum Valley in 1879-80 (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

u Captain Michel served with the 17th Regiment in the Afghan war in 1879, and took part in the affair at Deb 
Barak (Medal). 

u Captain Vulliamy served with the 17th Regiment in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and was present at the capture 
af Ali Musjid and in the expeditions into the Bazar Valley (Medal with Clasp). 

u Captain de Burgh served with the 17th Regiment in the Afghan war in 1879 (Medal). 

» Captain Anderson served with the 17th Regiment as Adjutant in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and was present at 
die capture of Ali Musjid and in the expeditions into the Bazar Valley (Medal with Clasp). 

tl Captain Boddam served with the 17th Regiment in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and was present at the capture 
if Ali Musjid (Medal with Clasp). 

» Captain Creed served with the 17th Regiment in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and was present at the capture of 
Ali Musjid and in the expeditions into the Bazar Valley, including the affair at Deb Sarak (Medal with Clasp). 

M Lieut. Reader served in the Afghan war in 1878-79 as Orderly Officer to Brigadier General Oobbe, and was 
present at the storming of the Peiwar Kotal (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

* Lieut. M'Kinstry served in the Afghan war of 1878-79 with the Koorum Valley Field Force (Medal). 

K Lieut. Hyslop served with the 17th Regiment in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and was present at the capture of 
Mi Musjid and in the first expedition into the Bazar Valley (Medal with Clasp). 

Lieut. Stewart Savile served with the 17th Regiment in the Afghan war in 1878-79 with the Khyber Line Force, 
tad was present at the capture of Ali Musjid and in the second expedition into the Bazar Valley, including the 
tflairs at Deb. Sarak and Futtehabad (Medal with Clasp). 

» Lieut. Griffith served in the Afghan war of 1878-79 with the ist Division of the Peshawur Valley Field Force, . 
ud took part in the expedition into the Bazar Valley (Medal). 

» Captain Turner.— For War Services, see Army Pay Department. 






Continuation of Notes to the Royal Irish Regiment. 

General Edwards served with the 18th Royal Irish throughout the war in China (Medal), and was 

. at the attack upon Canton, the taking of Amoy, Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghai, and Chin Kiang Foo, and at the 

lag operations oefore Nankin ; was employed on the Staff during the war, and afterwards appointed by Lord 

Assistant Quarter Master General to the Force in China. He served also with the 18th in the Burmese war 

' 18 *a to the conclusion ; was at the taking of Prome, and employed on a detached command for six months, 

provinces of Padoung and Kanghein were cleared of tho enemy, after several skirmishes and severe marches 

KHjbj Detachments under his command. In January 1853 he led a party on special service from Prome to Arracan, 
Mien service the Government of India and General Godwin recorded their approbation (Medal with Clasp for 
~ Brevet of Lt.Colonel). Served in the Crimea from the 30th Dec. 1854, including the siege and fall of 
(Medal with Clasp, CB., Brevet of Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 3rd Class of the Medjidie. 
a Medal). Commanded the Brigade at Mhow, at the termination of the mutiny in 1858-59, and received 
of the Governor General in Council for the promptness of measures whereby tho rebels under Tantia 
1 prevented entering Kandeish. 
■Colonel Gregorie served with the 23rd Fusiliers in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1857-58 as Adjutant of the 
jrd Fusiliers, and was present at the relief of Lucknow and also at its subsequent capture (Medal with two Clasps). 

* Major A dam son served with the x8th Royal Irish in the Crimea from the 20th Aug. 1855, including the siege 
ed faJl of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal) . 

* Lt.Colonel Dawson served with the x8th Royal Irish in the Crimea, subsequent to the fall of Sebastopol, from 
id October 1855 to the end of the Russian war. Served in the New Zealand war from 1863 to 1866 and was 
xesent at the engagement at Nukumaru (mentioned in despatches) and other minor engagements. 

w Major Hugh Shaw served with the 18th Royal Irish in the Crimea subsequent to the fall of Sebastopol 
rem December 1855 until the end of the Russian war in 1856. Served also in the New Zealand war in 1864-66, 
ttd was present in the engagements at Nukumaru (mentioned in despatches, Victoria Cross, and Medal). Served 
rith the 18th Royal Irish in the Afghan war in 1880 with the Khyber Line Field Force (Medal). 

14 Major Wray served with the 18th Royal Irish in the New Zealand war of 2863-66, and was present at the 
flair at Kerikeri on 21st July 1863, and as Adjutant at the capture of the Putahi Pah on 7th Jan. 1866 (Medal). 

ls Major Jackson served with the x8th Royal Irish throughout the New Zealand war of 1863-65, and was present 
4t the affair of the 26th Nov. 1863 in the Wairoa Bush, siege and capture of Orakau. and actions at Nukumaru on 
4th and 25th Jan. 1865 (Medal). 

* Captain Lawrence served in the Transport Department throughout the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in 
be action of Gingindhlovu (Medal with Clasp). 



VI a 



The Royal Irish Regiment. 
-i Formerly the 18/fc 



[» 



it Bat-.., hUuiih, Be.1tal 

»dB«t.,oh.th»_. j (T ; ie Rl)yal lr!gh y Xegincrf. 

(The 3rd, 4th, and 5H1 Kattalioiu are formed of the Wexford, North Ti»perory, and Kilkenny 

Militia respectively.) 

The Harp and Crown. The Lion of Suuu. " FjriaMiJtVninwaaft Pmi..." ■• Earn" (with the BpUnx). 

. _ ?■*** (»ith the Dragon). "Pmc" " Savmoroi," "KiTZiiLiitii < " , JniuiiRu > i«79-«o-" 

Oolond.— .• (lenient. Alexander Edwarde,' CB. Suite*, 11 Jnneio; &'«.(. 'aSNov. 14 ;CM»n,>iiMana(ii 
ilr™iif < yV.iiNoT. S iilfa/or.J5May53;l»r™iilt«f.C.J»rf I oI>ec.!3i(WaiMlaBi&.s»J«-^i^t 
Hiircl. -- : Wei/or Qtarral, :i) April 68 ; tin./c*m( GenrreJ, 11 M.jTh 76; ffnural, to Aug. -I; CM 
■ iiili !■'., ■,[. is March;?. 

eutcaant Colanala.— 1 Malcolm John Robert SlacGreco 
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lerlck OraeDrie" Sario™, :: Feb. 55 1 LI. 30 Juno S s ; Cop*. » 

" \"ov. 76; £ie»lcNn»l Ctbati, 14 Sept. 78; Colon... 

" "' " ' ' Jan. 56; Capl. 11 Dee. 63; JTa/ar, 14 JunerSi 



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Y£ Hugh aiiaw" 

Jams* ilurrieToppln. 



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j>...e. Allan -Rl 



nder Jicluoi 
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lulrudar, Halifax, A'.S i 

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.Ui.l.ml ri Ball. ( Wlxfori Uilitia) 

1 ln.i ■;. - i: L 'i.'iton Dixon 

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a Apr. 64 



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J..1.1, Ki:rt.,LiFor«lor 

Philip Amlif-aon Morabead 

[Ii-nrv ivriium Newton Guinneee 

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(Imrl.-K.hrtnLeQuoana 

William Johi Furteeoue Morgan ... 



id Spencer Parliyn.. 
f Melville Hatcbell . 

Ilenry Horace McDonnell 



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1. James Grant, Adjulaul 

lium XdVard Kcr Fox ... 



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Chnrlcs M.iifauntStercna 

Alan Genrgo Chichester 



George Henry John Mc 

Will.-. ■ J.ji.ite 

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J..1,;, ll;ii,i,,leiiChawner 
rli,irli> Alt lander Wedde 
•' raey Maxwell . 



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I Honvy Syinonda, /..(. o/lfutrtrf ( 



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in September 1871 f~ — ■""' 
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gib* Ccaatipn- 



w Zealand war of lth-A 
ng the expedltiona to Pap*' 
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E... '10 Sept. 64; LI. fuOct. 67; Capl. 7 Aug. jj. 
3 Feb. 60; Hon. Cujitnia, 1 July 81. 



The Princess of Wales' Own (Yorkshire Regiment). 359 

ZSgSSS?*] Formerly the x 9 th (id Yorkshire (^BttSSfSIS "" 

North Siding — Prince** of Walea' Own) Regiment. 
(The 3rd and 4th Battalions »r.> formed of the 5U1 West York and the North York Militia respectively.) 



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tonrf, ^o Sept. 77 ; C 
'17 July w ; dipt. 



'3 Jalj 60 i Cnpf, "7 Apr. 63 j Major, 



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liciirire tH.ikt- 

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I.Oct S S'. 



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John i.'!iiiis t.'b'ir n MoUer 
I.-., !,(■! U, ■ iv M. ■Lent ... 

,!.I:ti Kriiin.isSilnf.tCt 

John Henry E1I111 



Richard Foayro, 4<M J» (Via* * 

Bubtrt Fittfri - 

Frederic Barfl" Brlgga 

Alfred Chi rles f 1 ye' 

Wll'.iiim EiiTNiiiMi rrauklyn 

Jobn William Robinson Parker 



arlea John Spoitlewoode, InM. of\ 
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Junes Ahrnuty rmroo. Mi * 

IdvmHil Hnves-tWIIer 

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Edwin Lond Hera;atfa, Iwtniter 

VuMrj ( Apr. St 

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■. ■ viiiHu.liJ 

William Auschnr i-heuncy .. .... 

litTjrecO'Keil tvgreve 

Arthur de Sails Ifsdow 

Alfred 



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Edward Chsa. Wm Mackensle Ken 

Alfred ; Irnet • Oea--:e 

Michael Harrison Ott 

Donald Grant ,.— . ..... ........... . 

HuKb Woolcuml* Boyoe 

1^177 Otlio Devere.ia Hickman . . 

Michael Lloyd ! J 

George Pea